Lake Kushaqua

One of the few places to go after the tricky walleye. Also rock bass and lake trout allowed, making Lake Kushaqua's remote location well worth seeking out.

Access: Circled by Kushaqua-Mud Pond Road, which is a seasonal road that is not plowed. Walk in or snowmobile to the lake.

Species: Northern pike, yellow perch, pumpkinseed, smelt, walleye, rock bass, lake trout

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