Are you looking for the best lake kayaking in the Northwoods? Does your family angler need a quiet fishing lake to put a boat in? Hayward Lakes and our surrounding area have a variety of lakes, ponds, and rivers and make it a prime destination for silent sports and fishing alike.
Lac Courte Oreilles Lakes are 4800 acres with weed beds for musky, northern pike, large/smallmouth bass, walleye, and panfish.
Ghost Lake is in the unspoiled Chequamegon National Forest and has a 10-mph speed limit, unique to the Midwest.
Big and Little Round lakes cover more than 3,000 acres, reach depths up to 74 feet and are connected by a navigable channel.
Chippewa Flowage is Wisconsin’s largest wilderness lake. Over 15,000 acres, depth of 92 feet, 140 islands, and 200 miles of undeveloped shoreline
Spider Lake Chain of Lakes more than 1600 acres of shoreline and depths up to 43 feet of clear, spring-fed water.
Clam Lake covers 229 acres of water and has a maximum depth of 22 feet. Muskie, walleye, large- and smallmouth bass, and panfish abound.
Callahan Lake is fed from Chief River, which then flows into the Chippewa Flowage, making a stopping place for many fish.
Big Sissabagama Lake is excellent fishing lake in Sawyer County that covers 805 acres and reaches depths up to 48 feet.
Lake Namakagon is 2897 acres with depths of 51 feet. Fish species include walleye, musky, pike, bass, and panfish.
Lake St. Croix is 828 acres in size with a maximum depth of 22 feet. Largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, pike, and walleye
Almost 95 miles, Namekagon varies from a cold-water trout stream, closed in by a coniferous forest, to a slow-moving flow through swamp land
Barker Lake is 26 miles east of Hayward on County B. Muskie, northern, walleye, large- and smallmouth bass, and panfish abound in this ideal setting for a pleasant vacation. Barker Lake covers more than 238 acres and reaches depths of 12 feet.
Lake Hayward covers more than 247 acres and reaches depths up to 17 feet. Musky, walleye, bass, and panfish thrive.
Sand Lake covers 928 acres and reach depths of 50 feet. Musky, walleye, large- and smallmouth bass, and panfish.
Drummond Lake is a 97-acre lake in Bayfield County with a depth of 49 feet. Fish include panfish, largemouth bass, northern pike, and walleye.
Trego Lake covers more than 450 acres of water and reaches depths of 36 feet. The walleye, bass, and northern pike await your lures.
Nelson Lake covers 3,000 acres of water, 31 miles of shoreline, depths reaching 33 feet, and provides great fishing habitat.
3100 acre lake with hardwoods, pines, and bordered by beaches, Grindstone Lake contains plenty of walleye, musky, pike, bass, and panfish.
Lake Chetac flows south from Edgewater to The Narrows, the channel flowing south between Lake Chetac and Big Birch Lake, near Birchwood
The Walleye Capital of Wisconsin, Long Lake is a 3,300 acre, 19-mile-long lake reaching depths of over 70 feet.
Set deep in the unspoiled Chequamegon National Forest and blessed with a 10-mph speed limit, this gem is unique to the Midwest.
Blueberry Lake covers more than 250 acres of water and depths reaching 29 feet, this lake offers walleye, bass, and panfish.
Teal Lake, with its six wilderness islands, 1049 acres of water, and 31 feet deep. Muskie, walleye, northern pike, bass, and panfish
Hoinville Lake is a 60-acre lake located in Washburn County. It has a maximum depth of 23 feet. Fish include panfish and largemouth bass.
The Tiger Cat Chain of Lakes covers a combined area of 1,700 acres. The six lakes are known for their musky and bass population.
Summit Lake is 61 acres in size, and 22 feet deep at its deepest point. Bluegill, largemouth bass, northern pike and smallmouth bass.
Birch Lake is unique: its 368 acres contain deeper waters, with a 73-foot maximum depth and 24-foot mean depth.
Moose Lake reaches depths of 32 feet and is fed by three rivers and many springs. Musky and walleye enjoy the weed beds and flowage waters.