Potato lake has great fishing. With walleye, bass, northern pike many varieties of panfish and trophy muskies
you will be able use all your gear. Fishing off of the shore and docks can get real nice fish.
Here are some articles from our Fishing Committee
Avoiding Musky Angling Mortality
The Lake Association and the DNR, and others, have developed a Fish Management Plan to
manage the lake fisheries. We all decided the lake would be managed for Musky’s first, then
panfish, followed by walleyes, northern, and bass. The top goal is to maintain a good
population of muskys including a number of larger fish. The panfish are stunted and the
Lake Association has been planting large walleye fingerlings which are better predators for
the small panfish. Over $20,000 has been spent so far, through Association fund raising
efforts, on the stocking of large walleye fingerlings. Also, the number of musky stocked has
been doubled to 535 large fingerlings every other year since 2007, paid for by the DNR.