The Lost Lake RCD's lake and watershed management activities have proven themselves very beneficial to the lake's fishery qualities.
When the RCD began managing the lake in the late 1970s, the quality of the lake's overall fishing was on a marked and very noticeable decline. Now, some 30-plus years later, the lake can be considered one of the state's best waters for trophy walleye, largemouth bass, muskie and crappie. Also roaming the 88-acre Lost Lake are channel catfish, smallmouth and hybrid striped bass, sunfish/bluegill, and perch.
A good deal of thanks and gratitude must also be passed along to the Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR), and the Lost Lake Fishing Club, for their many volunteer efforts that have greatly contributed to Lost Lake's rejuvenation.
To view the creel limits, visit the home page of this website and scroll toward the bottom of the page. To view IDNR & privately-hired electroshocking studies and historical fish stocking data, click here.
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