Peltier Lake is located in Centerville, MN. The lake can be reached by traveling west of I-35E from the Hugo/Centerville Exit on County Road 14.
Peltier Lake Drawdown Notice:
Rice Creek Watershed District is conducting a drawdown of Peltier Lake during the fall of 2017. Lake levels will be lower throughout the winter. This project is attempting to reduce the density of curlyleaf pondweed and improve water clarity. For more information visit Rice Creek Watershed District (link is external).
Northern Pike: above average abundance, average size.
Largemouth Bass: lower than average abundance, smaller than average size.
Bluegill: average abundance, average size.
Crappie: above average abundance, smaller than average size.
Channel Catfish: low abundance, larger than average size.
Bullhead species: average abundance, average size.
Yellow Perch: low abundance, small size.
The boat access is located adjacent to the dam on the outlet in Rice Creek Chain of Lakes Regional Park operated by Anoka County.
This lake has good shore fishing facilities. The County has a fishing pier in the southwest corner of the lake, just down the shore from the boat access. Anglers often fish from the shoreline of County Road 14 near the connection with Centerville Lake.
The most popular shore fishing spot may be at the dam. Anglers fish on both sides of the dam, upstream and in the pool downstream of the dam.