Kepler/Bradley Lake
Bathymetric Map and Fishing Information

Bathymetric Map of Kepler/Bradley Lake

General Information

  • Maximum Depth: 22.6 m (74.0 ft.)
  • Management Area: Mat-Su
  • USGS Map: Anchorage C-6
  • Surface Area: 23.5 ha (58.0 acres)
  • Volume: 1,828,020 m3 (64,555,918 ft3)
  • Elevation: 23 m (75 ft.)

Fishing Information

Species Present: Arctic grayling, rainbow trout

First stocked in: 1992 with rainbow trout

Most recently stocked in: 2019 with Arctic grayling

Stocking Information

Stocking Access: truck

Recent stocking records

Access Information

  • Directions: Mile 37.3 Glenn Hwy. North on Kepler Drive 0.1 mile to undeveloped public boat launch on Bradley Lake. Kepler Lake is accessible by boat from Bradley Lake taking short connecting channel between the lakes. There is also a private campground with canoe rentals available. Non-motorized craft and electric motors only on Kepler Lake. Alternate route for Kepler Lake: Mile 36.4 Glenn Hwy. Kepler-Bradley Lakes State Recreation Area on North side of highway. Parking, picinic tables and toilet facilities are available. Trail 0.2 mile to Kepler Lake and handicap accessible fishing dock. NOTE: Public access to Kepler Lake is limited to Kepler-Bradley Lakes State Recreation Area. Public access to Bradley Lake is limited to public boat launch. The majority of lake shoreline is privately owned.
  • Status: State Rec. Area
  • Meridian, Township, Range and Section: Seward, 017N, 001E, 24
  • Lat/Long: 61.551991°    -149.199118°