Bouder Lake facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsBouder Lake
|Location||Cook County, Minnesota, U.S.|
|Primary outflows||Crescent Lake, Poplar River|
|Basin countries||United States|
|Surface area||136 acres (55 ha)|
|Max. depth||17 feet (5.2 m)|
Bouder Lake is a 129 acres (52 ha) lake in Cook County, Minnesota which is tributary to the Poplar River. Bouder Lake reaches a maximum depth of 17 feet (5.2 m) . Bouder is accessible through a navigable channel leading into Crescent Lake. A fisheries survey turned up populations of walleye, muskellunge, smallmouth bass, yellow perch, and white suckers. An aquatic plants survey found the lake to be home to several species of water marigolds, pondweed, bladderwort, water lily, burreed, sedges, and cattails.
On older maps, Bouder Lake has been named as Boulder Lake, Reck Lake, and Rush Lake.
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