Rabbit Lake (Crow Wing County, MN)

Rabbit Lake is really more like 2 separate lakes that are connected through a channel.  The east part of Rabbit Lake is a 638 acre lake with public access located in a channel between the two lakes.  This lake was once drained in the 1950’s and 60’s to mine iron ore, so part of the lake is very deep and it has the characteristic of a mine pit lake with sharp drop-offs and a depth of over 330 feet.  Part of this lake resembles a natural lake with 242 acres of it being less than 15 feet deep.  There are good numbers of largemouth bass in this lake. Other fish include northern pike, walleye, bluegill, crappie, rock bass and perch.  There are some big bass, walleye and pike in this lake.

The west part of Rabbit Lake is heavily developed with numerous houses around the lake. In this part of the lake, anglers can target the same species of fish that were listed above. There are some good-sized northern pike and walleye in this part of the lake.

MN DNR Lake Information Report (West Rabbit Lake)

MN DNR Lake Information Report (East Rabbit Lake)