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Crowd gathered to view the catch Lovesick Lake offers everything an outdoorsman/ fisherman loves; an endless supply of breathtaking scenery, uncrowded waters, and excellent fishing. Lovesick Lake has the highest percentage of islands on the Trent Severn System, and along with its sheltering trees, seldom is a day's fishing lost because of high winds.
Its weed beds provide excellent hideouts for muskie, bass and walleye (pickerel). Lovesick boasts of 7¼ miles of island shoreline allowing for plenty of casting areas. Varying depths from 3 ft. to 30 ft. with a few spots up to 80 ft. in depth, provide for many casting, trolling and still fishing opportunities.
Whether you fish the wide open waters or the narrow quiet channels, Lovesick has all you need for a great fishing experience.
Bill with 38 in Musky
Gerard's muskie
Lovesick Lake Fish Species
°muskellunge
°walleye
°smallmouth bass
°largemouth bass
°rock bass
°carp
°yellow perch
°white sucker
°pumpkinseed
Brian's walleye Jim's muskie Lori's Musky
Aren's Bass Rob's Musky Kyle's Musky
A Few Of The Fish Caught On Lovesick
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