Man Lake (Cass County, MN)


Man Lake is a 445 acre lake with a maximum depth of 93 feet.  There is no public access on the lake, however anglers using small fishing boats may be able to access the lake through the inlet channel from Baby Lake, which has a state-owned public access.  Man Lake is a good fishing lake for a variety of fish.  Good populations of muskie are available to go along with largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, northern pike and walleye.  Northern pike, largemouth bass and smallmouth bass are here in good numbers too.  Walleye have a history of having low to moderate numbers of walleye, but there are some quality walleye in this lake.  Other fish include bluegill, crappie, rock bass and perch.

MN DNR Lake Information Report