For a truly fun fishing destination, head over to Lake Audubon. Located in west-central North Dakota, this 25,000-acre lake has 150 miles of shoreline to explore. You can catch a wide variety of game fish here, including bass, walleye, perch, muskie, and pike. These fish can all be caught year-round – including by ice fishing in the winter. The most popular fish here are the smallmouth bass and walleye. If you want to get out on the lake in a boat, there are five boat launches in the northern portion of Lake Audubon. And when you aren’t fishing, you can enjoy several restaurants or rest up in a nearby campground or lodging facility.
Lake Audubon Fish:
Lake Audubon boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Lake Audubon .