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Wells Lake (Connected to Cannon Lake)


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I am looking for information regarding Wells Lake in Rice County. I have noticed on the DNR website that it is fairly shallow, and due to this, I am wondering if it is a decent recreational/fishing lake. I am also wondering if you can boat from Cannon Lake to Wells lake at low water periods? Any information would be greatly appreciated!!.

Thanks,

Scott Hutchinson

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You can always get over there from Cannon, the water does not change much on this body of water. You have to go under a bridge (i think CR 12 but not sure) and there are always tons of people fishing around the bridge. It is a really really shallow lake, you will have trouble finding 6 feet. I have seen a few big northerns caught near the bridge in Wells, and I know for a fact that it is just full of stripers, but I always catch them from shore locations, I don't know where they are in the main body of water. I have caught 13 different species of fish in it, but mostly from shore, as when i am in the boat it is almost always in Cannon. A good spot is right where the river goes out of Wells, if you are good you can find a spot that is 7-8 feet, and this is a great spot. I would think it would be a good catfish spot, but I have never tried it. There are a few cats in there. Another good spot is under the freeway (35) bridge. For the most part though I wouldn't waste my time with the lake, and I would stick to Cannon. Hope this helps, Brian-

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