Carver County Minnesota Fishing Lakes

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Lakes in Carver County Minnesota

Place USGS Topo Map
Assumption Lake Hamburg
Aue Lake Victoria
Barlous Lake Waconia
Barnes Lake Norwood
Batzli Wildlife Pond Victoria
Baylor Lake Norwood
Benton Lake Waconia
Berliner Lake Norwood
Big Woods Lake Shakopee
Brand Lake Norwood
Braunworth Lake Norwood
Brickyard Clayhole Shakopee
Buck Lake Watertown
Burandt Lake Waconia
Campbell Lake Winsted
Carl Krey Lake Victoria
Chaska Lake Shakopee
Church Lake Victoria
Courthouse Lake Shakopee
Courthouse Lake Shakopee
Donders Lake Watertown
Eagle Lake Norwood
Eagle Lake Lake Lillian
Firemans Lake Shakopee
Firemens Clayhole Shakopee
Gaystock Lake Victoria
Goose Lake Watertown
Goose Lake Duluth
Hallquist Lake Jordan West
Harrison Lake Excelsior
Hazeltine Lake Shakopee
Hesse Wildlife Pond Shakopee
Hoeffken Lake Hamburg
Horseshoe Lake Jordan West
Hydes Lake Waconia
Johnson Lake Jordan West
Kelly Lake Jordan West
Kelzer Pond Victoria
Lake Ann Shakopee
Lake Auburn Victoria
Lake Bavaria Victoria
Lake Grace Shakopee
Lake Jonathan Shakopee
Lake Lucy Excelsior
Lake Minnewashta Excelsior
Lake Patterson Waconia
Lake Riley Shakopee
Lake Saint Joe Shakopee
Lake Susan Shakopee
Lake Virginia Mound
Lake Waconia Waconia
Lake Zumbra Mound
Lippert Lake Mayer
Long Lake Jordan West
Lotus Lake Excelsior
Lundquist Lake Jordan West
Lunsten Lake Mound
Maria Lake Belle Plaine North
Marsh Lake Victoria
McKnight Lake Shakopee
Meuwissen Lake Waconia
Miller Lake Victoria
Mud Lake Watertown
Myers Lake Waconia
Oak Lake Watertown
Parley Lake Mound
Piersons Lake Victoria
Rapids Lake Jordan West
Reitz Lake Victoria
Rice Lake Waconia
Rutz Lake Waconia
Schutz Lake Mound
Scott Lake Jordan West
Smith Lake Norwood
Stieger Lake Victoria
Stone Lake Mound
Swan Lake Waconia
Swede Lake Watertown
Tamarack Lake Victoria
Tiger Lake Norwood
Turbid Lake Victoria
Upper Lake Grace Shakopee
Wassermann Lake Victoria
Winkler Lake Waconia
Young America Lake Norwood

Above is a map and a list of the lakes in Carver County, Minnesota. Many are open to public fishing. If you see a lake name that is duplicated, then try to narrow it down using the name of the USGS topographical map which is usually a prominent place or city nearby.