Lake Miltona is a large (5,724 acres), moderately fertile lake that is located north of Alexandria between the towns of Miltona and Leaf Valley. Its maximum depth exceeds 100 feet, although, almost half of this lake is 15 feet or less in depth. The muskie fishing is what stands out most about Lake Miltona because most of the area lakes do not have muskie available. Muskie up to and above 50 inches are possible on Lake Miltona. Other species of fish that anglers target are largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, northern pike, yellow perch, black crappie and bluegill. Largemouth bass outnumber smallmouth bass, but there are good sized largemouth and smallmouth bass in this lake. Northern pike tend to run on the small side, but there are some fish available to catch here.