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Minocqua, commonly referred to as “The Island City”, is home to the Minocqua Chain. This scenic chain of lakes consists of 7 bodies of water, 4 of which are considered major lakes and 3 smaller lakes that can be accessed by smaller boat or canoe. With a total of nearly 6,000 acres of water it offers fantastic fishing and recreational fun.
The Lac du Flambeau Chain of Lakes are known for their crystal clear waters. The lakes are spring fed with water controlled by a fixed dam on the Northwest end of Flambeau Lake. The Chain is referred to as the Fence Lake Chain, the largest body of water with over 3,400 acres to explore. The 10 Lakes of the area are: Big Crawling Stone Lake, Little Crawling Stone Lake, Fence Lake, North Twin Placid Lake, South Twin Placid Lake, Long Interlochen Lake, To-to-tom Lake, Moss Lake, Flambeau Lake, and Pokegama Lake.
The Manitowish Chain of Lakes offers a combined 58.5 miles of stunning shoreline and a total of 4,074 acres of beautiful water for just about every recreational pursuit you can imagine.
The 9 lakes of the Eagle River Chain comprise nearly 3,600 acres, and when combined with the adjoining Three Lakes Chain, form the largest freshwater chain of lakes in the world. In recent years the Chain has been recognized as one of Wisconsin’s most productive muskie fisheries.
Willow Flowage is a 4217 acre lake located in Oneida County. It has a maximum depth of 30 feet. Visitors have access to the lake from public boat landings. Fish include Musky, Panfish, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike and Walleye.
With 28 lakes, the Three Lakes Chain of Lakes is the largest freshwater chain of lakes in the world and includes Big Lake and Big Stone Lake, two of the best fishing lakes in the Northwoods. As part of the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, Three Lakes, Wisconsin has access to hunting, snowmobiling, biking, birdwatching, camping, and hiking trails.
The chain consists of five lakes: Pike, Round, Amik, Turner and the fifth, Tucker, is only accessible by portaging a boat through the Chequamegon National Forest from Round Lake. The chain's 2023 acres and 32 foot hole in Tucker Lake can produce large numbers of muskies.
Weaving through the Wisconsin/Michigan border, the Cisco Chain of Lakes is one of the largest freshwater chains in the world based on a report by the Michigan DNR. Starting with Big Africa Lake in the northernmost tip all the way down to Mamie Lake in the South end, the Cisco chain is comprised of 15 lakes spanning over 271 miles of breathtaking shoreline.
One of the most popular recreation lakes in the north. Low-light periods offer the best results. Five distinct bays provide nice diversity for muskie, Walleye, largemouth, northern and Bluegill.
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