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FISHING

For all you SERIOUS FISHERMEN Washburn County lakes offer over 30,000 acres of the best fishing around. Birchwood boasts the title of Bluegill Capitol of the World, while Long Lake captures the title of Walleye Capitol of the State.  There are too many walleye lakes to list separately. Local sports shops can direct you to the action. 

The State of Wisconsin recommends the Namekagon River for trout fishing on it's many tributaries. The State also recommends Long Lake for walleye, northern, largemouth bass and panfish.  For muskie, walleye, smallmouth bass and panfish the State also recommends Shell Lake. 

241 county lakes - INDEXED: Acres, depth, location  and species of fish.

A-H

I - P

R - Z


Where to buy FISHING LICENSES:               

For your boating needs visit Wild River Sport and Marine                       

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This is NOT a Canadian Muskie.. This beauty was caught by Len Carlstrom,  out of Shell Lake, Washburn County.

MUSKIE LAKES IN WASHBURN COUNTY
Acres Max.Depth Public Access County Location
DeRosier    109     11 ft.         Yes

NE

McKenzie-Middle    530     45 ft.         Yes

NW

McKenzie-Big 1,185     71 ft.         Yes

NW

Mathew  &nbs 263     26 ft.         Yes

NW

Shell 2,580     36 ft         Yes

SC

Trego    451     36 ft         Yes        Central
Yellow River Flowage    344    17 ft      Yes     Central

 

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WHERE TO FIND TROUT IN WASHBURN COUNTY

 

Acres Max.Depth Public Access County Location
Anah Springs    4      17 ft.        NO       Central
Bean Brook Springs    5        9 ft.        NO

EC

Earl Springs    1        6 ft.        Yes

Central

Gull Creek Springs    5        4 ft.        Yes          NE
Little Mackay Creek Spring    1        5 ft        NO        Central
Mackay Springs    6        8 ft.        Yes           EC
Sawmill    5      26 ft        Yes           SE
Sawyer Creek Spring    4       7 ft.        Yes           SW
Spring Creek Springs    4       3 ft.        NO S10 T40 R11
Tozer Lake   36      53 ft.        Yes           SW
Westernberg Springs    3       11 ft.       NO

Central

Whalen Creek Springs    1         6 ft.      Yes

Central

Yellow River Flowage 344       17 ft.      Yes

Central

Check out the Spooner Fish Hatchery.

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