Aquatic Invasive Species on Fish Hook

Currently, the MN DNR has not reported the presence of Curly-Leaf pondweed on Fish Hook, although it is known to exist on Portage Lake.   No other aquatic invasive species are known to inhabit Fish Hook.

The native Narrow-Leaf Pondweeds present on Fish Hook are not invasive, and provide valuable cover for walleye, bluegills, perch and northern pike and food for waterfowl.  For more information, find the DNR page on Narrow-Leaf Pondweeds HERE.

The Fish Hook Lake & River Association financially supports boat inspection sites on the Fish Hook Lake and River, and AIS testing and control.

Many of our lake and river residents are not currently members of our association.  We strongly encourage you to join our association by joining or renewing your membership.  Help to preserve your lakeshore property valuation.

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