Lake Trout are found in cold water habitats of lakes and impoundments and can be found in South Dakota in Pactola and Deerfield Reservoirs in the Black Hills. They feed primarily on other fish within their habitat.
Lake Trout have streamlined, torpedo-shaped bodies with small scales, large mouth and teeth. Their body is dark in color with abundant pale spots, which are evenly distributed on the head, body and tail (caudal) fin which is long and pointed.
Limits apply to any combination of trout, salmon or splake.
Pactola Reservoir: Daily limit for lake trout or splake is one with a minimum size for either species of 24".