Lost Land Lake

Escape to the beauty and peace of the Quiet Lakes. Lost Land Lake, headwaters of the Chippewa Flowage, was “lost” on early logging maps. Set deep in the unspoiled Chequamegon National Forest and blessed with a 10-mph speed limit, this gem is unique to the Midwest. Lost Land Lake features over 1300 acres of water […]

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Long Lake

The Walleye Capital of Wisconsin, Long Lake in Washburn County is a picturesque 3,300 acre, 19-mile-long lake reaching depths of over 70 feet. The clear, spring-fed water, cool deep bays, gravel bars, pristine setting, and miles of undeveloped shoreline make a productive year-round fishery for walleye as well as large- and smallmouth bass, crappie, bluegill,

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Lake St. Croix

Lake St. Croix is located in Solon Springs, in Douglas County. It is 828 acres in size with a maximum depth of 22 feet. Largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, pike, and walleye find their homes in this body of water.

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Lake Namakagon

The tenth largest natural lake in Wisconsin, Lake Namakagon features 90 miles of undeveloped shoreline, 2897 acres of water, and depths reaching down to 51 feet. Fish species include walleye, musky, pike, bass, and panfish. Lake Namakagon is a 27-mile drive northeast of Hayward, on County Trunk M.

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Lake Hayward

An excellent fishing water, Lake Hayward covers more than 247 acres and reaches depths up to 17 feet. Musky, walleye, bass, and panfish thrive in this dam-created flowage of the Namekagon River. Lake Hayward is located in the City of Hayward on Hwy 27.

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Lac Courte Oreilles

The clear, spring-fed waters of the Lac Courte Oreilles Chain of Lakes (pronounced La Coo Deray) remain a popular escape for all kinds of travelers. Explore the 4800 acres of water and many weed beds where musky, northern pike, large- and smallmouth bass, walleye, and panfish find their homes. Lac Courte Oreilles is located 9

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Grindstone Lake

This 3,100-acre lake, with depths of 60 feet, is bordered by beautiful hardwoods, majestic pines, and sand beaches. Making one large 3,000 acre loop through hardwoods and much pines, and bordered by magnificent beaches, Grindstone Lake contains plenty of walleye, musky, pike, bass, and panfish, and is one of the area’s favorite vacation spots and

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Ghost Lake

Escape to the beauty and peace of the Quiet Lakes. Ghost Lake is a wild, wandering flowage, set deep in the unspoiled Chequamegon National Forest and blessed with a 10-mph speed limit, unique to the Midwest. Ghost Lake features over 372 acres of water and depths reaching 12 feet. Muskie, walleye, largemouth bass, and panfish

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Drummond Lake

Escape to the quiet beauty of scenic Drummond Lake, a 97-acre lake in Bayfield County with a depth of 49 feet. You will catch panfish, largemouth bass, northern pike, and walleye.  Drummond Lake is 30 miles north of Hayward on Hwy. 63.

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