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Frequently Asked Questions About Twin Lake, MN
- How big is Twin Lake?
- How deep is Twin Lake?
- What kind of fish can you catch in Twin Lake?
- Are there fishing guides or charters for Twin Lake?
- Are there places to stay in the Twin Lake area?
- Are there topographical lake maps available Twin Lake?
- Are there boat launches on Twin Lake?
- Are there places to eat and drink near Twin Lake?
- What is the average air temp for Twin Lake?
How big is Twin Lake?
Twin Lake is approximately 212 sq acres (0.9 sq km) in size.
How deep is Twin Lake?
Twin Lake is approximately 44 feet (13.4 m) at its deepest point.
What kind of fish can you catch in Twin Lake?
Although thery may be others but anglers can expect to find a variety of fish including Black Bullhead, Black Crappie, Bluegill, Largemouth Bass, Muskie, Northern Pike, Pumpkinseed, Walleye, Yellow Bullhead and Yellow Perch in Twin Lake.
Other fish species in the lake include Green Sunfish.
Are there fishing guides or charters for Twin Lake?
Yes! There are fishing guides and charters for Twin Lake and/or the surrounding area.
Are there places to stay in the Twin Lake area?
Are you craving a weekend escape from the hustle and bustle of city life? Or maybe you're an avid angler in search of the perfect fishing spot? Look no further! Twin Lake and its surrounding area offer an abundance of options to suit your needs. If you're in need of accommodation, check out our area map which highlights some of the best places to stay. And if you're looking for even more options, head on over to our Travel section. But why settle for a traditional hotel or resort when you can take your adventure to the next level by renting a RV? The open road awaits you!
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Are there topographical lake maps available Twin Lake?
Are there boat launches on Twin Lake?
We know of 1 public boat launch on Twin Lake. Please observe any specific lake regulations posted by the boat launch and please help keep the launch area free of litter.
Are there places to eat and drink near Twin Lake?
Yes, you can find numerous options in the area. Click the button below to see what's nearby.
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History & Status of the Fishery
Twin Lake consists of three basins between North Minneapolis and the city of Brooklyn Center. All three basins have boat accesses and are connected via navigable channels. Although this survey treats the lake as one waterbody, fish populations and water quality are markedly different between the different basins. The South and Middle Basins have better water quality, are fairly deep, and provide better habitat conditions for fish species. The North Basin, on the other hand, is very shallow, has poor water quality, and has a higher frequency of rough fish and snapping turtles. As a result, the gamefish and panfish populations sought after by anglers are concentrated in the South and Middle Basins of the lake. Black crappie are the most abundant panfish species in the lake. Although an abundant population was found during the survey, black crappie sizes are fairly low. Average length was 6.2 and 7.0 inches for gill net and trap net sampled fish, respectively. Only 4 out of 587 total black crappie sampled were over 8.5 inches in length. Average black crappie weight has remained stable over the last 20-year period with fish being sampled at a rate of 5-6 to the pound. Growth rates were considered below average on Twin Lake suggesting that the crappie population will take several years to reach a quality size for anglers. Similar to black crappie, bluegill were found to be abundant in numbers but small in size. Bluegill attained an average size of 6.1 inches long (range of 2.5-8.4 inches) and had an average weight of 0.19 pounds. Only 20 of 341 observed BLG were larger than 7.0 inches in length. Northern Pike remain the most abundant predator species in Twin Lake. Catch rates for this species have remained high for the last 20-years on this lake. Average northern pike length and weight have increased slightly over this same time period from 21.4 inches and 2.3 pounds per fish in the 1980s, to a respectable 23.1 inches long and 3.0 pounds per fish from the 2002 survey. Forty-four percent of northern pike captured were over 24 inches in length with five individual fish greater than 30 inches (9.3%). The largest northern pike sampled during this survey was 32.6 inches. Pumpkinseeds and green sunfish are present in the lake; however, they were both sampled with low abundance and weight for this lake class. Yellow perch can also be found in Twin Lake. Although yellow perch are very abundant their small size (12.5 per pound) makes them unattractive for most anglers. Bowfin (dogfish), common carp, and black and yellow bullhead populations are also commonly found in the lake. Bowfin averaged 22.1 inches in length and weighed an average of 3.6 pounds, whereas carp averaged 3.5 pounds and 18.6 inches in length.
What is the average air temp for Twin Lake?
Looking forward to your next adventure at Twin Lake? Don't forget to plan ahead! Weather can be unpredictable, but we've got you covered. On average, air temperatures during this time of year range from a high around 29°F (-2°C) to a low around 15°F (-9°C). Of course, these are just historical averages, so be prepared for anything Mother Nature throws your way. For the most up-to-date weather information, be sure to check out our Weather Bar located at the top of this page.
Twin Lake ReviewsBelow is the word on street about Twin Lake.
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This is an excellent ice fishing lake for small-medium sized pike and small-medium sized crappie. I've had decent luck a few times with some nice sunnies too.
Reviewed Mar 31, 2008
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