In the heart of Washburn County, the Namekagon River, one of the top-ranking canoe rivers in the state, forms the waters of Trego Lake. These cold waters offer a variety of fishing, covering more than 450 acres of water and reaching depths of 36 feet. The walleye, bass, and northern pike await your lures. Trego […]
The Tiger Cat Chain of Lakes covers a combined area of 1,700 acres. The six lakes are well known for their prolific musky and bass population. Walleye and panfish also find their homes in the crystal clear flowage waters, which reach depths of 35 feet. You’ll find the lakes 11 miles east of Hayward, on
Escape to the beauty and peace of the Quiet Lakes. Teal Lake, with its six wilderness islands, is set deep in the unspoiled Chequamegon National Forest and blessed with a 10-mph speed limit, unique to the Midwest. Teal Lake features over 1049 acres of water and depths reaching 31 feet. Muskie, walleye, northern pike, large-
Nestled in the majestic forests of spruce, balsam, and hardwood trees, lies the Spider Lake Chain of Lakes. Anglers can explore more than 1600 acres of shoreline and depths up to 43 feet of clear, spring-fed water. Experience the irregular shoreline and countless weed beds where musky, crappie, walleye, bass, and panfish find their homes.
The Round Lakes are two of the finest bodies of crystal clear, spring-fed water to be found anywhere. Big and Little Round lakes cover more than 3,000 acres, reach depths up to 74 feet and are connected by a navigable channel. The many bays, weed beds, and bars on the Rounds provide an excellent fishing
The Totogatic River, a highly productive fishing river, was dammed in 1934 to form what we know as Nelson Lake. Covering more than 3,000 acres of water, 31 miles of shoreline, and depths reaching 33 feet, Nelson Lake provides great fishing habitat. Northern pike, walleye, bass, and panfish find their homes in the many weed
Approximately 95 miles long, it varies from an intimate cold-water trout stream, closed in by a predominantly coniferous forest, to a slow-moving body of water which flows through marsh and swamp land. A narrow, twisting river, it is best navigated by canoe or kayak.
Travel into the vast Chequamegon National Forest and discover the beautiful nine-mile-long flowage waters of Moose Lake. Moose Lake reaches depths of 32 feet and is fed by three rivers and many springs. Musky and walleye enjoy the weed beds and the root flowage waters. Moose Lake is located 25 miles east of Hayward, between