Fishing

Bill Fishing on Flowage 2009 Over 40 area lakes, many pristine streams, the Flambeau River, and the Turtle Flambeau Flowage offer opportunities for any water activity you enjoy,  The fisherman will enjoy the challenge of reeling in some of our monster musky’s common to many of our “Class A” musky lakes as much as the patience and skill involved in landing the elusive Brook Trout. Each year, several trophy size largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, northerns and panfish are also caught in our beautiful waters.

Area Fishing Guide List

Fishing Licenses and Bait Shops – Park Falls Area

Here is a highlight of just some of our beautiful water resources available for your enjoyment: The Flambeau River offers Lake Sturgeon, Musky, Walleyes and Smallmouth Bass. From September 1-30th a hook and line season for Lake Sturgeon takes place on the river enabling a fisherman the ability to try his hand at reeling in and keeping one of theses mighty giants!

Established Landing                                               Approximate Time Between Next Landing
Turtle Flambeau Flowage to Holt’s Landing                               4 Hours
Holt’s to Agenda Landing                                                                2-3 Hours
Agenda to Hines Park                                                                       2-3 Hours
Nine Mile Landing to Oxbo                                                             4-5 Hours

Other Established Landings include: Blanchard                     Upper Dam                   Lower Dam       Pixley Dam Crowley Dam                Dead Man’s Slough       Dix Dox                        Flambeau River Headquarters

The Turtle Flambeau Flowage, “The Crown Jewel of the North” is Wisconsin’s answer to the Boundary Waters.  The Turtle Flambeau Flowage is located just north of Park Falls in neighboring Iron County.  18,900 acres of water which is 95% publicly owned encompasses nine lakes, three rivers and several creeks – all beautifully pollution free. Designated as a protected wilderness area, the Turtle Flambeau Flowage is truly a water wonderland, offering countless opportunities for fishing, swimming, canoeing, kayaking and boating.  This area boasts the highest number of bald eagles, osprey, and common loon breeding pairs in Wisconsin!  You may also see many other bird species, bears, fischers, martens, otters & MORE….For more details on the year round opportunities go to www.turtleflambeauflowage.com