muskieFishing is a favorite activity here year-round. We invite you to come celebrate the state’s biggest holiday — Minnesota’s Walleye Fishing Opener in May — to create some “fish stories” of your own. But remember, you can experience our incredible fishing all year long.

Catch a glimpse of a stringer of fish with smiles attached to the ends and you can feel the legends grow. Come….and you’ll create your own memories on our lakes.

Each of our resorts can provide you with equipment you need to get on the water and also let you in on a few fishing “secrets” to give you a better chance of success. Whether you are looking for an excuse to sit on the water and work on your tan, put a meal of fresh fish in the pan, or a trophy on the wall, our resorts are at your service.
For young and old alike, fishing is just plain fun. It’s also relaxing, entertaining, challenging, sometimes frustrating, and other times very exciting. That realization that you have a “big” fish on the other end of your line has gotten more than one heart pumping. Our “Up North” resorts are located on some of the finest fishing waters in the state. Crappies, bluegills, walleyes, large and smallmouth bass, northerns and muskies populate all of our lakes.

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Longville Area Lake Maps

Explore Longville’s local area lakes:

Big Sand LakeBig Sand Lake is located 18 miles north and east of Longville along Highway 200, or 1.5 miles west of Remer.  the lake is known for its wealth of bluegills, northern pike, crappies, walleyes, largemouth bass and rock bass.
Lodging:
Balsam Bay Resort


Blackwater Lake
Blackwater Lake is a a 722 acre lake that has 7.5 miles of shoreline and a maximum depth of 67 feet.  This lake primarily has northern pike, walleye, and largemouth bass and secondarily for bluegill, crappie, yellow perch and tullibee (cisco).  Northern pike are abundant in Blackwater Lake and the catch rate has been historically high compared to others.
Lodging:
Pine Haven Resortlady walleye

Boy LakeHere’s what Minneapolis Star Tribune outdoorsmen, Ron Schara, says of Boy Lake in his listing of little known walleye hot spots:  “Oh boy, here’s one that oughta be good.  Located north of Longville, Big Boy is 3,145 acres of good fishing, with a walleye count that is twice the state average.
Lodging:
Timber Trails Resort

Girl LakeOne of the most popular chain of lakes in Minnesota begins on the shore of Longville. Guests to the 3 lakes can travel by boat to downtown Longville. The 3 lakes boast some of the area’s best fishing and water recreation. Fishing is good all year long with a wide variety of species available. The walleye is most popular fish caught on the chain but muskies, largemouth bass, northern pike, sunfish, crappies and perch are also abundant.
Lodging:
Long Birch Lodge
Longville Campground
Pine Ridge Resort

Lake InguadonaLake Inguadona is located 3.5 miles east of Longville on Cass County Road 7.  The lake is over 4 miles long and is 1/2 mile wide on the south end.  Little Boy River flows through the lake and there is access to Rice Lake on the south through the Little Boy River.
Lodging:
Anchorage Inn

Leech LakeJust 8 miles north and west of Longville is Minnesota’s 3rd largest lake.  Leech Lake spans nearly 30 miles east to west and 24 miles north to south.  Leech is a nationally-renown walleye, musky and jumbo perch fishery.
Lodging:couple fish
Huddle’s Resort
Pikedale Lodge

Little Boy LakeLittle Boy Lake is located 3.5 miles south of Longville on Highway 54.  This 2.5 mile long lake is one of the most popular lakes in the Longville area.  The lake has record Muskies and it also provides anglers with walleye, northern pike, largemouth and smallmouth bass opportunities.  A channel links Little Boy with Wabedo Lake.
Lodging:
Little Boy Resort
Thielen’s Resort

Long LakeLocated just 2 miles north of Longville on Highway 84 is Long Lake.  The lake is nearly 8 miles long and generally 1/4 to 1/2 mile wide.  Steep banks surround the lake except at the location of the 2 resorts on the southwest corner of the lake.  Fishing is great with a variety of species from which to choose.  They include:  northern pike, walleye, largemouth bass, crappie and bluegills.  A public access is located on the northwest side of the lake.
Lodging:
Camp O’ My Dreams Resort
Deer Trail Resort

Thunder LakeLocated east of Longville off County Highway 7, Thunder is a crystal-clear, deep, spring-fed lake with infinite soft and hard-bottom structure that is nearly 5 miles long and 1.5 miles wide.  It has a maximum depth of 105 feet in the main lake basin and covers nearly 1350 acres.  This lake is loaded with walleyes, crappies, perch, bluegill, northern pike, largemouth and smallmouth bass.  Trophy walleyes, smallmouth and northern pike are taken every year.  Spring, summer and fall will all produce great fishing opportunity.
Lodging:
Thunder Lake Lodge

Wabedo LakeWabedo Lake is located 4.5 miles south of Longville off of Highway 54.  Record muskies, but also great walleye, northern, bass and exciting panfishing for crappie and bluegill are present.
Lodging:
Diamond Crest Resort

Woman Lake ChainOne of the most popular chain of lakes in the Minnesota begins on the shore of Longville.  Guests to these lakes can travel by boat to downtown Longville.  The lakes boast some of the area’s best fishing and water recreation. Fishing is good all year long with a wide variety of species available.  The walleye is the most popular fish caught on the chain but largemouth bass, northern pike, sunfish, crappies and perch are also abundant.
Lodging:
All Seasons Resort
Broadwater Lodge
DOK Holiday
Kee-Nee-Moo-Sha Resort
Minne Tepee Resort
Woman Lake Lodge