Burke County North Dakota Fishing Lakes

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Lakes in Burke County North Dakota

Place USGS Topo Map
Beaver Lake Beaver Lake
Black Slough Rennie Lake
Blanc Lake Westby Lake
Bush Lake Bush Lake
Carrie Lake Grand View
Chiles Slough Thompson Lake
Christensen Slough Westby Lake
Dead Dog Slough Lostwood Lakes
Docs Lake Thompson Lake
Eckert Lake Vanville NE
Eds Slough Lostwood Lakes
Elbow Lake Lunds Valley
Enget Lake Powers Lake
Fish Lake Grubb Lake
Fish Lake Helde Lake
Ford Slough Westby Lake
Goose Pan Slough Thompson Lake
Grubb Lake Grubb Lake
Harms Lake Grubb Lake
Helde Lake Helde Lake
Hidden Slough Thompson Lake
Hoover Lake Westby Lake
Island Lake Helde Lake
Iverson Lake Thompson Lake
Iverson Slough Thompson Lake
Jensen Lake Vanville NE
Jerrys Slough Thompson Lake
Johnsons Lake Helde Lake
Jud Chrests Lake Helde Lake
Kirkland Lake Thompson Lake
Knudson Slough Lostwood Lakes
Lagorin Slough Mosquito Butte
Little Slough Portal
Lostwood Lakes Lostwood Lakes
Martin Lakes Vanville NE
Martinsen Lake Lostwood Lakes
Melbys Slough Thompson Lake
Merrills Slough Lostwood Lakes
Muskie Lake Grubb Lake
Neils Slough Lostwood Lakes
Olson Lake Grand View
Pauls Slough Lostwood Lakes
Red Lake Grand View
Rennie Lake Rennie Lake
Rock Slough Lostwood Lakes
Ruddy Slough Thompson Lake
Rush Lake Lostwood Lakes
Salon Lake Lostwood Lakes
Sand Bottom Lake Helde Lake
Sand Slough Helde Lake
School Section Lake Lostwood Lakes
Sectionline Slough Thompson Lake
Shallow Lake Rennie Lake
Sletten Lake Battleview
Smishek Lake Powers Lake
Smith Lake Lostwood Lakes
Spring Lake Lostwood Lakes
Spring Slough Lostwood Lakes
Stacy Slough Westby Lake
Swensens Slough Thompson Lake
Swim Lake Helde Lake
Teal Slough Thompson Lake
Thompson Lake Thompson Lake
Tower Slough Thompson Lake
Upper Des Lacs Lake Bowbells NW
Upper Lostwood Lake Lostwood Lakes
Upper Thompson Lake Thompson Lake
Ward Lake Thompson Lake
Westby Lake Westby Lake

Above is a map and a list of the lakes in Burke County, North Dakota. 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.