Lake Bemidji in Beltrami County, Minnesota
Lake Bemidji is filled with structure that holds fish year round. Covering more than 6,000 acres, Bemidji is sandwiched between Lake Irving on the upstream side and Stump Lake, downstream along the river. The others in the chain include Plantagenet, Big and Little Marquette, and Carr lakes.
The lake features two main basins, divided by the prominent Diamond Point Bar which stretches shore-to-shore from southwest to northeast. The city of Bemidji, Bemidji State University and Bemidji State Park take up much of the southern, western and northern shorelines, which gives anglers looking for launch ramps and access points plenty of options.
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