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Mercer Wisconsin Area Lake Information

The Mercer  area of Northern Wisconsin has long been know for it's excellent fishing both summer and winter.   From the Wiley Walleye to the Magnificent Muskie and everything in between can be found right here in our area lakes and flowages.  Mercer offers something for every type of fisherman, from the weekend warrior to the hard core tournament angler.

Below are just a few of the 200+ area lakes you have to choose from. We chose these a representation of some of the opportunities that the Mercer area has to offer. For a more complete list of lakes feel free to contact us for more information.

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BOOT LAKE
Boot Lake is located in the Springstead area north of Hwy. 182 with a public boat landing.  It is 180 acres and 16 feet deep.  Species of fish include muskie, northern pike, walleye, bass and panfish. 

FAT LAKE
Fat Lake is located in he southeast corner of the Mercer area, just off Hwy 47.  Private.  It is 99 acres and 23 feet deep. Species of fish include muskie, large and smallmouth bass and panfish. 

FISHER LAKE
Fisher Lake is located in the east-central portion of the Mercer area east of Hwy. H. It is 452 acres and 25 feet deep.  Species of fish include muskie, northern pike, walleye, largemouth bass and panfish.

GRAND PORTAGE LAKE
Grand Portage Lake (Tank Lake) is located in the central portion of the Mercer area, in the town of Mercer - east of Hwy. J with public boat landing.  It is 144 acres and 31 feet deep.  species of fish include muskie, northern pike,
walleye, largemouth bass and panfish. 

LAKE OF THE FALLS
Lake of the Falls is located in the western portion of the Mercer area, just north of Hwy. FF.  It is 338 acres and 23 feet deep. Species of fish include muskie, walleye, northern pike, smallmouth bass and panfish. 

LITTLE MARTHA LAKE
Little Martha Lake is located in the north central Mercer, east of Hwy. H.  It is 35 acres and 36 feet deep.  Species of fish include muskie northern pike, bass, walleye and panfish.

LITTLE MUSKIE LAKE
Little Muskie Lake is located in the Springstead area south of Hwy. 182.  It is 47 acres and 32 feet deep.  Species of fish include muskie, northern pike, bass, walleye and panfish.

LONG LAKE
Long Lake is located in downtown Mercer with a public boat landing.  It is 376 acres and 30 feet deep.  The species of fish include muskie, northern pike, walleye, smallmouth bass and panfish.

MERCER LAKE
Mercer Lake is located in the northwestern part of the Mercer area, just west of Hwy. G with public boat landing.  It is 184 acres and 24 feet deep.  The species of fish include muskie, northern pike, walleye, smallmouth bass and panfish.

MUSKIE LAKE
Muskie Lake is located int he Springstead area just south of Hwy 182.  Nonpublic, it is 81 acres and 20 feet deep. Species of fish include walleye, muskie, largemouth bass and panfish.

PIKE LAKE
Pike Lake is located int he west central portion of the Mercer area, just off Hwy. 51.  Private landing.  It is 194 acres and 80 feet deep.  Species of fish include muskie, walleye, northern pike, bass and panfish.

RICE LAKE
Rice Lake is located in the north central portion of the Mercer area off Hwy. 51 on Arrowhead Road. Private landing.  It is 125 acres and 21 feet deep.  Species of fish include northern pike, walleye, muskie, bass and panfish.

SAN DOMINGO LAKE
San Domingo Lake is located in the east central portion of the Mercer area, just off Hwy. 51.  Non-public.  It is 39 acres and 20 feet deep.  Species of fish include northern pike, largemouth bass and panfish.

SPIDER LAKE
Spider Lake is located in the north central portion of the Mercer area, just east of Hwy. H. with a public boat landing.  It is 352 acres and 49 feet deep. Species of fish include walleye, muskie, northern pike, smallmouth bass and panfish.

Turtle Flambeau flowage - Mercer, WisconsinTURTLE FLAMBEAU FLOWAGE
Turtle-Flambeau Flowage is located in the southern portion of the Mercer area, north of 182 and off of Co. FF. Three public boat landings.  It encompasses 19,000 acres of water with a maximum depth of 50 feet.  Species of fish include walleye, muskie, northern pike, smallmouth bass and panfish.




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