Brook Trout: In the spring, you can find nice size Brook Trout in the rapids at the north end of the lake. Brook Trout come up to the lake in the spring to feed on minnows. You can also take a canoe or walk down stream and find nice Brook Trout. The Brook Trout are more common in the 1 to 3 pound range. By late spring or early summer, depending on the weather, all the Brook Trout take off down stream to find cooler water. At this time they are not accessible.
Perch: Relief Lake has an unusually large population of big Jumbo Perch. When you find a spot where you are catching tons of Walleyes, go a little shallower or into the weeds a little deeper and you will start hitting the Perch. The Perch seem to prefer circling the schools of Walleyes. If you want to specifically target Perch, you will catch more if you put smaller jigs on. A 3/8 oz jig and full size twistertail may be a little too big for many of the medium size and small Perch. The bigger ones that are approaching one pound don't seem to have trouble taking a Walleye bait.
Cabin: The cabin sleeps 2 to 6 people comfortably. The cabin sits on top of a hill and on a point and has a view of both sides of the lake. The cabin is equipped with propane stove, propane refrigerator, propane lights & solar lights, dishes, pots, pans, plates, cups, cutlery, beds, inside table and chairs, gas for the boats and a BBQ.
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