Lake Belle Taine (29014600) is located next to Nevis in Hubbard County, Minnesota. Belle Taine lake has a surface area of 1,441 acres and a maximum depth of 56 feet. The lake also has a city-owned concrete public access location on the east shore of the lake.
The DNR put Minnesota lakes into 43 different classes based on physical and chemical characteristics. Lake Belle Taine is in lake class 25. Other area lakes in the same classification are Bad Axe, West Crooked, Ojibway, Eagle, Island, Big Mantrap, and Little Sand.
There is a wide variety of fishing available at Lake Belle Taine, including: black bullhead, black crappie, bluegill, bowfin (dogfish), brown bullhead, burbot, common carp, hybrid sunfish, largemouth bass, northern pike, pumpkinseed, rock bass, tullibee (cisco), walleye, white sucker, yellow bullhead, and yellow perch.
AREA FISHING REPORT - GRAND FORKS HERALD
Fish Hook Lake and the Crow Wing Chain. Bluegills continue to be caught in 14 feet on Toad Lake, Lake Belle Taine, Fish Hook and the Crow Wing Chain. Muskie anglers are reporting more follows than hook-ups with surface baits at Big Mantrap and Elk Lake. [ this story ] [ all the news ]
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|Reported at Park Rapids Municipal Airport, MN Mar 5 2015, 12:53 pm CST|
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Lake Belle Taine is a very peaceful and picturesque place to visit. The lake is known for the clarity of it's waters, it's beautiful private island, and, among fishermen, it's abundance of picture-ready fish. People who visit Lake Belle Taine love to relax on it's sandy beaches, venture out on the nearby trails, and have some fun in the water, whether it's boating, canoeing, fishing, or swimming.
Campers' Paradise has been considered the best private campground in Minnesota. Located on an island in the middle of Lake Belle Taine, Campers' Paradise is a unique, family campground. The campground offers over 60 different electric and non-electric campsites, both on the lake shore and deeper inside the island, and a three lakeside historic log cabins to rent.
Each cabin is fully furnished and there is no running water, but the shower house is right outside. There are opportunities to rent boats and bikes for guests who stay at Campers' Paradise, and for those who rent a cabin, a fishing boat with oars, cushions, and lifejackets are included.
There are a few different amenities at Campers' Paradise that make this campground special. They have a sugar sand main beach that offers swimming, a water trampoline, a beach volleyball court and horseshoe court, and a sturdy play structure for the kids.
There is also a fishing bridge on the Campers' Paradise causeway, which makes fishing on Lake Belle Taine an exciting and different experience. Other fun amenities are the sports field, bicycling on the Heartland Trail, the shower and laundry house, and the Lodge that offers a great collection of games and a juke box.
Back on the main land, Lake Belle Taine is surrounded by a few towns that are boasting with activities and attractions.
Next to Lake Belle Taine, Nevis, Minnesota is the home of the world's largest Tiger Muskie. In honor of this achievement, Nevis hosts the annual Muskie Days Music Festival in July, with a 5k Muskie Race, Parade, and music entertainment. The music entertainment includes 34 live bands, 3 outdoor stages, and plenty of food vendors all around. Also, in July, Nevis hosts Pig Races, that have become a very popular event and attracts people from all over the state of Minnesota.
For fishermen, Nevis is a great spot to visit for bait and fishing supplies. For fresh, tasty locally grown and made produce and products, check out the farmers markets, hosted every Saturday. There is also a handful of gift shops, casual eateries, a mini golf course, and a bike rental shop.
Just down the road from Lake Belle Taine is the small village of Dorset, also known as the restaurant capital of the world. Tourists visiting lakes all around Dorset stop through Dorset to take advantage of their restaurants, shopping, bed-and-breakfast, a playground, and summer festivals that can't be missed. Another perk of Dorset is that it is a crossroads for the Heartland Trail. The Heartland Trail stretches from Park Rapids to Walker and has 27 miles of paved recreational trail for bikers and pedestrians.
Only 11 miles away from Lake Belle Taine is the town of Walker. Although Walker is known for Leech Lake, there are plenty of other neat attractions that guests of Lake Belle Taine can enjoy. Every July, Walker hosts the Moondance Jam classic rock festival that brings a lot of activity from all over the state. The Northern Lights Casino is also a popular place for tourists to try their luck and have fun.
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