Fishing At MHC
One of the most popular non-hockey activities at MHC is fishing. Consistent with our philosophy at camp, we support catch and release in hopes that the fish we catch will be put back into the water knowing they overcame adversity. We have a healthy sport fish population and want it to stay that way for year of enjoyment to come. These fish will go back into their environment and grow bigger and stronger because of it. One day, they will be caught again, and people will marvel at how far they have come. If they make it to the big show, we will even put a 8 x 10 of them on the wall in their honor.
Some of the common Fishing caught at camp are Largemouth bass, Northern pike, Yellow perch, Crappie, and Pumpkinseed. The property has six docks and 1200 feet of lake front allowing may great places to catch fish. The lake Bottom is mostly made up of sand and gravel with Lilly Pads, Sand Flats, Small drops and Thick standing weed beds allowing for many different ways to fish and have success.
A lake map A lake map can be found at http://files.dnr.state.mn.us/lakefind/data/lakemaps/c0805011.pdf