There is no public boat landing on the Lake.
I bought property on Currie Lake 30 years ago. At that time the lake was overpopulated with small perch. After someone added Northern to the lake, that took care of the small perch. That made bluegill fishing a lot better, before fishing with worms you would only get the small perch.
Back then this use to be a nice quite lake with no speed boats. Speed boats churn up the bottom, cause big waves that pull up the pond lilies & create boughs. This lake isn't big enough & not very deep, average 6' - 7' deep. There is only one deep hole about 12' - 14' so with big speed boats the bottom muck is churned up witch causes boughs. Lucky we have some pond lilies so the fish can get in them, out of the boat traffic.
There is some good bass fishing in the lake and bluegills are bigger than they use to be.