Kukukus LakeKukukus is an extremely large body of water, the bottom consisting of a single basin. Due to this fact, this lake has a wide variety of fish species to angle. Walleye, pike, perch can all be caught in abundance. during the spring and early summer, walleye, fishing is confined to the inflowing streams and full creels in a short period of time are common. Anglers prefer the shoal areas in the southern portion of the lake during summer and fall months. Northern pike are most often taken near the moths of creeks and the edges of weedy bays.
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