Fishing Sand Lake
MINNESOTA’S BEST FISHING
If you are looking for the best walleye fishing in Minnesota, Sand Lake offers direct access to more than 5,000 acres of water with a maximum depth of 70 feet. It is one of the largest and most popular walleye fisheries in Minnesota! Anglers can expect exceptional fishing opportunities for walleye, northern pike, large & smallmouth bass, crappie, perch & pan-fish.
Sand Lake Map
Birds Eye Lake - Be Careful Entering The Chanel As The Are Some Shallow Bolders To Look Out For... But Ample Fishing Opportunities Can Be Found On This Secluded Body Of Water (No Docks Or Houses). This Can Be A Good Spot In Early Through Mid Summer.
Little Sand Lake - This Lake Is Connected Via A Small Chanel & Is Definitely Worth A Try. Walleye, Crappie & Perch Can Be Found Off The Main Lake Points. Bass & Pike Can Be Found Lurking In The Shallows.
Portage Lake - Cruise Under The Bridge & Check Out Portage Lake. This Lake Is Deep But Its Edges Warm Up Quickly Making It A Good Place To Try In The Early-Mid Summer. Big Bluegills Can Be Found In The Southern End. Crappies Like To Hang Out In The Channel By The Bridge.
SandHaven's Location - We Are Located Right Across From The Public Access On The Northern Part Of The "Boot".
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GREAT FISHING FOR ALL ANGLERS
SandHaven Resort is ideally situated in a calm bay along the southwest shore of Sand Lake. Our modern facilities include a new floating dock system with electricity at each slip. Our well-Equipped fish cleaning room features ample countertop space with sinks. We also offer on-Site live bait, tackle & gas sales. Fish Cleaning Available!
The 2020 MN Walleye Fishing Opener Is May 9th
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Walleye - Bass - Crappie - Perch - Pike - Panfish
We have a very large floating dock system that holds fish all summer long, especially from August through September. Catching fish off the dock has been a long tradition since the days of Empty Bar Resort and Campbells Lodge. Now SandHaven continues this tradition with crappies, sunfish, perch, bass, northern and even the occasional walleye (more common in June) caught right off our dock!
Our floating dock system offers safety and convenience for you and your boat. Since it is a plastic floating system, your boat is always at the correct level to the dock. Slips are assigned and electricity is provided to each one. The plastic is also nice for barefoot children because there are no wood slivers or uneven boards to stub toes on.