Upper Bottle Lake has a surface area of 465 acres and a maximum depth of 55 feet. It is connected to Lower Bottle Lake and there are no barriers to fish or boat traffic. These lakes are really one body of water and share the same fish populations, but have been treated as separate lakes over the years. There is a public access located on the north shore of Upper Bottle Lake. This lake is known for having a very good walleye fishery with good numbers of fish and some quality fish available. Good numbers of northern pike are also available and there are some quality pike as well. Other fish include largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, bluegill, crappie, rock bass and perch.