Lake Lila is a great fishing spot that is not easily accessed in the middle of the wilderness.
Lake Lila is a very secluded lake that is located on the west end of Hamilton County. Lake Lila is only accessible from a long dirt road and a one-third mile carry to reach the water's edge. The area surrounding the lake is wilderness with primitive camping in designated sites. Smallmouth bass and lake trout are the most opportunistic species. Rocky areas in the bay area at the northeast end is great for smallmouth. The deep water west of Buck and Spruce islands is great for lake trout .
The catch and release regulation pertains to trout only. Largemouth bass were illegally stocked into these waters years ago and have proliferated.