This lake is located on the west side of Silver Lake Road, just south of 45th Avenue N.E.
Walleye: below average abundance, average size.
Northern Pike: below average abundance, larger than average size.
Bluegill: high abundance, smaller than average size.
Crappie: above average abundance, smaller than average size.
Catfish:above average abundance, average size
Bullhead species: average abundance, smaller than average size.
Yellow Perch: low abundance, small size.
Access to this lake is on the west side of the lake. Enter off Stinson Blvd. This is a limited facility and is not suitable for larger boats.
Anglers may fish from shore from the city beach located in the northeast corner of the lake. There is additional public shoreline and a fishing pier within Silverwood Regional Park operated by the Three Rivers Park District.
- Fisheries standard lake survey in 2018.
- Monitor winter oxygen level as needed; operation of winter aeration device by the City of Columbia Heights.
- Stock 140,000 Walleye fry in even numbered years.
- Stock 100 Channel Catfish adults in even numbered years.
This had suffered from occasional winterkills until the lake 1990's when a winter aeration system was installed. The access is limited and undoubtedly effects fishing effort. The lake has poor water quality that may also deter some anglers.