Yellow, Grasse, and Pleasant Lakes
Yellow, Grasse, and Pleasant lakes are part of the Indian River Lakes system. With a maximum depth of 13 feet, Yellow is the shallowest of the three. This 480-acre lake offers good fishing for northern pike, largemouth bass, and panfish. Cartop access exits at an undeveloped state site. Grasse Lake also has northern pike, largemouths, and panfish, but additional species include walleyes and smallmouth bass. A developed state launch at this 320-acre lake provides access for small boats. Pleasant Lake contains the same species as Grasse Lake, and a town-owned boat launch provides access to this 200-acre lake. Prime fish-holding areas on all three lakes are weed lines, shoreline cover, and shoreline dropoffs.