Status in county

Invasive Species — MN DNR List

Crow Wing County as of July 2014

Zebra Mussels in Crow Wing County

  • Gull Lake
  • Pelican Lake
  • Whitefish Chain
  • Arrowhead Lake.
  • Bertha Lake.
  • Big Trout Lake.
  • Clamshell Lake.
  • Cross Lake.
  • Daggett Lake.
  • Gilbert Lake
  • Island Lake.
  • Little Pine Lake.
  • Loon Lake.
  • Lower Hay Lake.
  • North Long Lake
  • Upper Hay Lake
  • Pig Lake.
  • Rush-Hen Lake.
  • Whitefish Lake.

Downstream waters

  • Big Pine Lake.
  • Pine River, Crow Wing County – from base of Cross Lake Dam to the confluence with Pelican Brook (upper limit of existing designated infested waters).
  • Black Bear Lake 18-0140
  • Boom Lake 18-0529
  • Half-Moon Lake 18-0238
  • Little Rabbit Lake 18-0139
  • Love Lake 18-0388Miller Lake 18-0133
  • Miller Lake
  • Nisswa Lake 18-0399
  • Ossawinnamakee Lake 18-0352
  • Pelican Brook, from the source at Ossawinnamakee Lake to the Pine River
  • Pickerel Lake 18-0232
  • Pine River, from the mouth of Pelican Brook to the Mississippi River
  • Rice Lake 18-0145
  • Round
  • Roy
  • Unnamed wetlands

 

 

 

Eurasian watermilfoil in Crow Wing County

 

  • Bay Lake 18-0034
  • Clearwater 18-0038- close to Bay Lake
  • Kimball Lake 18-0361
  • Long (Tame Fish) Lake 18-0002
  • Louise Mine Pit 18-0746
  • Lower Mission 18-0243
  • Ossawinnamakee Lake 18-0352
  • Ripple River, between Bay Lake and Tame Fish Lake
  • Ruth Lake 18-0212
  • Upper Mission 18-0242

JANUARY 2014  MN DNR list of infected waters   CLICK HERE