Location and information: Lost Island Lake is located in Palo Alto County, Iowa. This body of water covers approximately 1,162 acres which has a maximum depth around 15 feet. You will find boat ramps, fish cleaning station, kayaking, boating, restrooms, camping and fishing here.
Species List: According to the Illinois Department of Natural Resources. This lake contains numerous species of popular fish. So, what type of fish will you find here? You can find Black Bullhead, Largemouth Bass, Bluegill, White Bass, Yellow Bass, Northern Pike Carp, Black Crappie, Yellow Perch, Yellow Bullhead, Walleye and Channel Catfish on these waters.
The top species to fish for here are
Bluegill: Daily limit of 25
Largemouth Bass: Daily limit of 3 which must be at least 15 inches
White Bass: No limit on size or quantity
Black Crappie: Combined black and white crappie, 25 fish a day with no size limit
Yellow Perch: Daily limit of 25 with no size limit
Walleye: Daily limit of 3, 17-22 inch fish must be released immediately and only one over 22 inches can be kept per day
Northern Pike: Daily limit of 3, no size limit except for bordering lakes
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