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Roy Lake is a 2,054 acre lake with a maximum depth of around 25 feet. It is one of many glacial lakes in the region. Both openwater fishing and ice fishing is plentiful on Roy Lake and the many surrounding glacial lakes.
The most typical species of fish that inhabit the glacial lakes including Roy Lake are walleye, crappie, bluegill, perch, northern pike, smallmouth bass, and largemouth bass.
Roy Lake is known as the Premiere Smallmouth Bass Lake in South Dakota as told by Field & Stream Magazine!
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We typically see first ice on the lake around Thanksgiving and lasting until the first week of April. Contact us for the latest ice report and to be put on our occasional fishing email list!
We do provide ice fishing guiding services!