|Clarity: 2m||Depth: 20 ft||Size: 106 Acres||Type: Drainage||Access: Public|
Duck Lake may be small but it’s filled with fun! This lake is 108 acres with a maximum depth of 20 feet. Located between Yellow Birch Lake and Otter Lake, it’s part of the Eagle River Chain of 28 Lakes. Did you know that the Eagle River Chain of Lakes is the largest chain of freshwater lakes in the world?
When it comes to fishing at Duck Lake, you will be baiting your hook for Walleye, Musky, Panfish, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass and Northern Pike. During the summer months, the lake may have some “busy” times that could make fishing a bit tough. However, in the spring and fall months you will find great fishing near the mouth going into Yellow Birch Lake. Between Duck and Otter Lake you will find another small lake called Lynx Lake that has had great reports about the walleye fishing. One of the greatest attributes of the Chain of Lakes is the ample selection of fishing opportunities. If you feel like one area is too busy or they “just aren’t biting,” you can easily move on to the next lake in the Chain.
On Duck Lake you will also find the large resort, Wild Eagle Lodge with its tremendous lakeside view. If you are looking for a place to dine, you will find that the restaurants along Duck Lake offer something for everyone. The Kickback Grill has long been popular with its tremendous view , outdoor seating and pier space. Sweetwater, a great sports bar, is another local favorite that offers food onsite. If you are looking for a fun activity for the family, The Pirate’s Cove is the home to the Chain’s Pirate Ship! You can book a public tour on the ship or rent it for YOUR crew’s special event. Of course, you could just stay at its Tiki Bar!
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