Lochness Lake

Location: Blaine, Lochness Park, Lexington Avenue and 111th Avenue

Species present: Bluegill, Black Crappie, Northern Pike, Bullhead

Lochness Lake.

Depth: 16 feet

Size: 15.5 acres

Recent fish stocking

Wheelchair access: Excellent

MTC bus: None nearby

Park entrance fee: No

Restrooms: Yes

Parking: Excellent

Picnic: Yes

Grills: Yes

Playground: Yes

Other activities: Nature viewing, walking path

Agency: City of Blaine, Parks and Recreation This link leads to an external site. (763) 784-6700

Fishing pier: Yes

location map for Lochness

Comments: Lochness Lake is a peaceful little lake with a walking path surrounding it and a fishing pier.  It is stocked regularly with Bluegill and Black Crappie and occasionally gets stocked with catchable size Northern Pike. The lake can become heavily vegetated in mid-summer, and water level is currently low which can make shorefishing more difficult. 

More information about Lochness Lake

2010 Lake Survey Results:

Location and Date Species Abundance Average Length (in) Maximum Length (in)
Lochness Black Crappie low 6.1 11.4
(Anoka) Bluegill high 4.6 6.3
06/01/2010 Black Bullhead low 4.8 5.7
  Green Sunfish  med 3.9 4.4
  Hybrid Sunfish low 4.0 4.8
  Pumpkinseed Sunfish low 3.0 3.0
  White Sucker low 18.0 18.0