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Bartlett Lake, Arizona, USA: Pole Ready for Fishing at Bartlett Lake

Bartlett Lake

(Arizona, USA)

2,815 acres

33 miles of shoreline

174 feet max. depth

1,798 feet above sea level

When driving across Arizona, it is always an amazing experience to come upon a lake. With the desert landscape surrounding the water, the lake jumps out as the sapphire hues of the water sparkle against the jagged terrain. Bartlett Lake is one of those lakes in Arizona. A man-made reservoir, Bartlett Lake was formed by the damming of the Verde (Spanish: "Green") River. The pristine water of the ... Read full review

Bartlett Lake, Arizona, USA: Pole Ready for Fishing at Bartlett Lake

Bartlett Lake

(Arizona, USA)

2,815 acres

33 miles of shoreline

174 feet max. depth

1,798 feet above sea level

When driving across Arizona, it is always an amazing experience to come upon a lake. With the desert landscape surrounding the water, the lake jumps out as the sapphire hues of the water sparkle against the jagged terrain. Bartlett Lake is one of those lakes in Arizona. A man-made reservoir, Bartlett Lake was formed by the damming of the Verde (Spanish: "Green") River. The pristine water of the ... Read full review

Rainy Lake: Sun Rays over Rainy Lake at Ranier

Rainy Lake

(Ontario, Canada - Minnesota, USA)

221,000 acres

929 miles of shoreline

161 feet max. depth

1,108 feet above sea level

Rainy Lake's sprawling 221,000 acres straddle the border of United States and Canada. Known as a water sports lover's paradise, Rainy Lake is located in the Northeastern Region of Minnesota near International Falls and Ranier. Canada's portion of Rainy Lake consists of 75% of this massive body of water, while United States is home to the remaining 25%. With so much water it is no wonder sports ... Read full review

Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon, USA: Scenic View of Upper Klamath Lake

Upper Klamath Lake

(Oregon, USA)

61,544 acres

88 miles of shoreline

49 feet max. depth

4,137 feet above sea level

Stretching for an impressive 30 miles, Upper Klamath Lake is the largest freshwater lake in the State of Oregon. Nestled in the Klamath Basin, it is surrounded by the dramatic mountain landscapes and forested hills of the state's Southern tourism region. Upper Klamath Lake features an average depth of 14 feet and a surface area of 61,544 acres. The Link River Dam controls water flow between the reservoir ... Read full review

Lake Ouderkerk, North Holland, Netherlands: Springtime Ouderkerk Boating

Lake Ouderkerk

(North Holland, Netherlands)

180 acres

3 miles of shoreline

141 feet max. depth

-13 feet above sea level

Lake Ouderkerk graces the Amsterdam 'Green Belt' of Amstelland like a shimmering mirage. This lovely man-made lake was dug during sand extraction for highway building on one of the famed polders of North Holland and soon developed into the perfect family swimming spot near the city. The surrounding area is below sea level, and the 140-foot deep sand pit quickly created one of the deepest lakes in ... Read full review

Chena Lake, Alaska, USA: Dam at  Chena Lake

Chena Lake

(Alaska, USA)

259 acres

38 feet max. depth

489 feet above sea level

If Santa Claus goes fishing, it's at Chena Lake. The small lake on the outskirts of North Pole, Alaska is a very accessible fishery and recreation spot that draws both outdoor and Christmas enthusiasts alike. Chena Lake is an important part of the much larger Chena River Lakes Project. The project is the northernmost flood control project by the United States Army Corps of Engineers, and the ... Read full review

Richard B. Russell Lake: Stumps at Lake Russell

Richard B. Russell Lake

(Georgia, USA - South Carolina, USA)

26,650 acres

540 miles of shoreline

165 feet max. depth

475 feet above sea level

Richard B. Russell Lake, sometimes nicknamed Lake Russell, claims 26,650 sparkling acres and 540 miles of shoreline on the Georgia-South Carolina state line. This expansive lake straddles Georgia's Northeast Mountains region and South Carolina's Old 96 District. Like many lakes in the area, Lake Russell was originally created in 1985 by damming up the Savannah River to provide flood control. Originally ... Read full review

Qu'Appelle Lakes, Saskatchewan, Canada: Qu'Appelle River Dam

Qu'Appelle Lakes

(Saskatchewan, Canada)

14,075 acres

59 miles of shoreline

1,571 feet above sea level

Qu'Appelle? Yes, the name of a group of four popular Southern Saskatchewan lakes is a French question. Qu'Appelle Lakes, also known as the Fishing Lakes, lie in the Qu'Appelle Valley about 40 miles northeast of Regina. Qu'Appelle translates as, "Who calls?" This name gives rise to yet a third name for the shallow natural lakes - the Calling Lakes! Local legend tells several versions of the stories ... Read full review

Dale Hollow Lake: Dale Hollow Lake and Dam

Dale Hollow Lake

(Kentucky, USA - Tennessee, USA)

27,700 acres

620 miles of shoreline

130 feet max. depth

651 feet above sea level

Dale Hollow Lake, straddling the Kentucky-Tennessee border, is an artificial lake that was formed by damming up the Obey and Cumberland Rivers. As with many other lakes in this region of the United States, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers took on the project in order to provide flood control for the surrounding area. However, Dale Hollow Dam was the first such project in Kentucky, authorized in 1938, ... Read full review

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