We’re located on Fisher Lake, one of three lakes that make up the 900 acre Turtle River Chain of Lakes.
This chain of lakes is primarily a fishing chain. Originally it was old logging grounds. After Shay Dam was built and the lakes created, old logs, rocks and boulders and ground holes remained which created the natural habitat for the panfish, muskie, northern pike, bass and walleye that are harvested each year by anglers.
Fisher Lake Basics
Fisher Lake is a 441 acre lake located in Iron County with a public boat landing. It has a maximum depth of 28 feet with low water clarity.
- Largemouth Bass
- Smallmouth Bass
- Northen Pike
Licenses & Regulations
Read the latest fishing regulations for Fisher Lake. A current fishing license is required. Be sure to arrive with your license in hand!
For more information and to get your license online, visit the Go Wild! website from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.
Need a way to get out on the water? Learn more about renting a boat from Island View Lodge. We have motorboats, canoes and more!
Cedar Lake is a 187 acre lake located in Iron County. It has a maximum depth of 20 feet. Features include a public boat landing. Fish in the lake include Musky, Panfish, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike, Walleye.
Catherine Lake is a 136 acre lake located in Iron County. It has a maximum depth of 14 feet. Fish in the lake include Musky, Panfish, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike, Walleye.