Hennepin County - Minnesota
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Frequently Asked Questions About Brownie Lake, MN
- How big is Brownie Lake?
- How deep is Brownie Lake?
- What kind of fish can you catch in Brownie Lake?
- Are there fishing guides or charters for Brownie Lake?
- What are the closest cities to Brownie Lake?
- Are there places to stay in the Brownie Lake area?
- Are there topographical lake maps available Brownie Lake?
- Are there places to eat and drink near Brownie Lake?
- What is the average air temp for Brownie Lake?
How big is Brownie Lake?
How deep is Brownie Lake?
What kind of fish can you catch in Brownie Lake?
Other fish species in the lake include Fathead Minnow, Golden Shiner, Hybrid Sunfish and White Sucker.
Are there fishing guides or charters for Brownie Lake?
What are the closest cities to Brownie Lake?
Are there places to stay in the Brownie Lake area?
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Are there topographical lake maps available Brownie Lake?
Are there places to eat and drink near Brownie Lake?
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What aquatic invasive species are found in Brownie Lake?
Join us in the fight to prevent the spread of invasive species These sneaky creatures can hitch a ride on boats, clinging onto propellers, anchor lines, and trailers. They can even survive in hidden places like bilge water and ballast tanks, or disguise themselves in dirt and sand that sticks to nets, buckets, anchors, and waders. But don't worry, we have the power to stop them in their tracks with just a few simple steps. So let's do our part and protect our waters from these unwanted invaders.
History & Status of the Fishery
Brownie Lake is a 12-acre, class 30 lake, located near downtown Minneapolis. Brownie Lake, accessible via a channel from Cedar Lake, lies within a chain of lakes that includes Cedar Lake, Lake of the Isles and Lake Calhoun. The sportfish community consists of black crappie, bluegill, and pumpkinseed sunfish. Other species sampled include black bullhead, bowfin (dogfish) and common carp. Panfish were the only sportfish sampled during this assessment. Nearly 67% of the bluegill population was below 5.5 inches in length, with no fish exceeding 7.0 inches. Similarly, sampled black crappie did not exceed 7.5 inches. Ten pumpkinseed sunfish, between 4.0 and 6.0 inches, were additionally sampled. Three black bullheads, two bowfin (dogfish), and four common carp were also captured during this assessment.
What is the average air temp for Brownie Lake?
More Nearby Lakes To ExploreThere's more lake's to explore around Brownie Lake...
|Cedar Lake||0.6 mi||164||51 ft|
|Twin Lake||0.9 mi||212||44 ft|
|Wirth Lake||1.0 mi||40||25 ft|
|Lake of the Isles||1.1 mi||112||31 ft|
|Twin Lake||1.8 mi||21||56 ft|
|Calhoun Lake||1.9 mi||419||82 ft|
|Sweeney Lake||1.9 mi||68||28 ft|
|Lake Harriet||3.3 mi||341||87 ft|
|Powderhorn Lake||3.7 mi||11||24 ft|
|St. Anthony Falls Pool||3.8 mi||317||9 ft|