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Wabedo Lake: Water flows north from Wabedo into a navigable channel that connects to the southern end of Little Boy Lake. Wabedo Lake is located about seven miles south of Longville, MN in Cass County. It covers 1,226 acres, which places it in the upper 10% of lakes in Minnesota in terms of size. Water Clarity (ft): 13.0. Wabedo Lake has two distinct basins: a southwest basin with a maximum depth of 95 feet and a northeast basin with a maximum depth of 50 feet. Wabedo Lake is located within the southeast corner of the Leech Lake River Watershed, and is connected to the Boy River, which drains the watershed to the north. Water flows north from Wabedo into a navigable channel that connects to the southern end of Little Boy Lake. Flow leaves the north end of Little Boy and continues north through the Boy River that connects a series of lakes to Leech Lake and eventually to the Mississippi River via the Leech Lake River.
Little Boy Lake: Is located two miles
south of the City of Longville, MN in Cass County. It covers 1,451 acres, which places it in the upper 10% of lakes in Minnesota in terms of size. Water Clarity (ft): 5.0
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TOP 10 MUSKIE LAKES IN MN
NO INVASIVE SPECIES
documented by the State of MN DNR
PLEASE HELP US KEEP IT THAT WAY.
If you are not sure how to, please ask us.
Aquatic invaders such as round goby, zebra mussels, purple loosestrife, Eurasian water milfoil, bighead and silver carp, and New Zealand mud snail threaten our valuable waters and recreation. The good news is that the majority of waters are not yet infested with invasive species and you can help
protect our valuable waters. The main way invasive species get into lakes, rivers, and wetlands is by “hitching” rides with anglers, boaters, and other outdoor recreationists.
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