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Fishing in Fox Lake

Fox Lake is continuing to earn its reputation of being in the top 10 of fishing lakes in the state of Wisconsin. Abundant fish in Fox Lake include perch, crappies, bluegills, musky, northern and bass. Fishing is a year-round sport in Fox Lake, either from boats, docks or public piers at the Town of Fox Lake Park/Boat Launch on Blackhawk Trail or the City of Fox Lake, Clausen-Riverside park/Boat Launch. Winter ice doesn't stop us either, ice fishing is alive and well! The aeration system, installed in 1970, is still keeping the lake from completley freezing allowing for healthy year round fishing. The Fox Lake Property Owners have been stocking Fox Lake for over 30 years. The maximum depth for Fox Lake is 19ft, under three feet is 14.6%, shoreline runs for 17.9 miles, the volume is 19,307.2 acres with an area of 2,624.8 acres (2,655.3 acres with 6 islands) You may pick up a map of Fox Lake, courtesy of the Fox Lake Chamber of Commerce, at area resorts and businesses.

Fox Lake isn't the only lake, either. Lake Emily is just Northwest of Fox Lake and Beaver Dam Lake is just south. Each have public launches. Lake Emily offers superior fishing with perch, bluegill, bass, and pike and Beaver Dam Lake is the largest lake of Dodge County with 39 miles of shoreline. Which ever lake you choose Fox Lake Welcomes You!

 

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