Over 960 acres, Nest Lake has an interesting variety of fishing water with many bays and points protected from the winds by a high shore line. It has depths to 42 feet and many shallow weed beds, heavy with vegetation, making good spawning areas that maintain the high quality of fishing enjoyed here. Walleyes, Northern Pike, Bass, Sunfish, Crappies, Perch and Bullheads make up the fish population. Nest Lake is fed by the Little Crow River and drains into Green Lake at an outlet dam. Nest Lake has two small islands, the larger about a couple of acres.
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