This lake is located within the City of Apple Valley at the intersection of Pilot Knob Road and Diamond Path.
Bullhead species: above average abundance, smaller than average size. Bluegill: average abundance, small average size.
There is no boat access to this lake.
The city of Apple Valley maintains a city park on the south end of the lake which has a fishing pier.
Limited fish management is planned for this lake until water quality improves.
This small, shallow lake is currently unsuited to fish management. The primary function of this lake is as a stormwater pond for the city of Apple Valley stormwater system. Water quality is very bad, with algae blooms common. The city of Apple Valley has recently installed a winter aeration device to lessen the frequency of winterkill events.
The fish population is limited to small bullheads, small sunfish, and minnow species.