Fishing



Lake of the Pines

 

Lake of the Pines is a real gem of a lake. For what this small lake gives up in size, it more than makes up in beauty. This lake is only 273 acres in size, and it has a depth that reaches 39'  in the deepest locations, with approximately 35% of the total water volume being 10 feet or deeper. Located in the heart of the Flambeau River State Forest, this secluded lake has much to offer.  Musky, Walleye, Large Mouth Bass, Small Mouth Bass, Crappie, Perch, and Bluegill offer you a variety of fishing. The abundance of pan fish will keep the children occupied for quite some time fishing right off the dock. This lake also connects with Connors Lake, through the south end channel, providing even more fishing opportunities.


 

Click here for links to lake details on Lake of the Pines(Pickerel)  Sawyer County

Click here for links to lake details on Connors Lake   Sawyer County

Click here for links to LOP & Connors Map Lake Map

 

 

 

Connors Lake

 

Nearby Connors Lake is a clear water lake that is home to Bluegill, Perch, Large Mouth Bass, Walleye, Musky, Northern and Small Mouth Bass. It is 429 acres in size, with a depth that reaches to 92'  in the deepest locations, with a mean depth of 38 feet.  Connected to Lake of the Pines, with a shallow but navigable channel for small boats and canoes, this lake has a large beautiful county park and boat landing just down the road from our resort.


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