Monday, February 08, 2016
Lake Poinsett is one of the largest lakes in South Dakota at almost 8,000 acres, with a maximum depth of about 22 feet. This lake is located in Hamlin County and has several accesses that make it easy to get out to where the fish are. There is a variety of fish that inhabit this lake, including yellow perch, walleyes, northern pike, smallmouth bass, and crappies. It is one of the best lakes for fishing in South Dakota.