Lake Pulaski is an underrated fishing lake lying in the heart of Buffalo, Minnesota in Wright County. The lake is approximately 700 acres in size and has an average depth of about 37 feet.
The lake is one of the better walleye lakes in the area. The walleye can range from 8 inches to 25 inches in length, though some anglers find them hard to catch. You can catch more than just walleye in Pulaski though.
Lake Pulaski Fish Species:
If you’re fishing for walleye you want to look near the middle of the lake and find structure. Start looking at around 15 feet deep and find the spots with smaller baitfish. The walleye here are known to be a bit finicky so it can take a little bit to get good action.