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Big Pine Lake - This lake is 13 acres located in Central Marquette County. The maximum depth is 12 feet and is home to Northern Pike, Bass and a variety of panfish.

Birch Lake - Birch Lake is in Central Marquette County and is 84 acres in size. With a maximum depth of 13 feet, this lake is home to Northern Pike, Bass & a variety of panfish. Public access available.

Buffalo Lake - At 2,447 acres, Buffalo is the second largest lake in Marquette County. Located in the center of the county, this lake has public access and is home to Northern Pike, Bass and a variety of panfish. Maximum depth is 15 feet.

Burnita - Lake Burnita is located in Northwest Marquette County. This 13 acre lake has a maximum depth of 8 feet and has public access. Here you can find Bass and panfish.

Clearwater Lake - Clearwater Lake is 12 acres in size with a maximum depth of 15 feet. Located in Central Marquette County, you will find Bass and panfish here.

Comstock Lake - Comstock Lake is 31 acres in size and up to 15 feet deep. This lake is in Northeastern Marquette County and is home to Northern Pike, Bass and panfish.

Crystal Lake - Crystal Lake is one of the deeper lakes in Marquette County dropping off to 60 feet in areas. It is 124 acres in size and is located in the Northcentral part of the county. Fish for Bass, Trout and panfish varieties here.  Great swimming.

Emery Lake - Emery Lake is located in the Westcentral part of the county. It has a public access and is 34 acres in size. With a maximum depth of 12 feet, Emery Lake is home to Northern Pike, Bass, Trout and panfish.

Emerick Lake - Emerick Lake is in Westcentral Marquette County. It is the the 2nd deepest lake in the county, with depths up to 79 feet. At 37 acres in size, Emerick hosts Bass and panfish varieties.

Ennis (Muir) Lake - This 30 acre lake has a maximum depth of 30 feet and is in the Southcentral part of the county. There is public access and you can fish Northern PIke, Bass and panfish here. This lake is located in John Muir County Park. The park is 125 acres and offers picnic grounds, hiking trails and a rest room. It boasts naturalist John Muir's childhood home which has been preserved and was named a National Historic Landmark.

Fenner Lake - Fenner Lake is mostly located in the Town of New Chester, Adams County. It is a mesotrophic natural seepage lake with fair to very good water quality and very good clarity. The lake has 33 surface acres, with a maximum depth of 30 feet and an average depth of 5 feet.  Fenner Lake is a no-motor lake.

Harrisville Millpond - The Harrisville Millpond is 245 acres in size. Maximum depth is just 10 feet and has public access. The Millpond is located in Northcentral Marquette County and is home to Northern Pike, Bass and panfish varieties.

 

Jordan Lake - Jordan Lake is located in the Town of Jackson just into Adams County. Jordan Lake is a natural seepage lake fed by precipitation, surface runoff, and groundwater.   It has good to very good water quality and very good water clarity for swimming and water sports. There are 213 surface acres, with a maximum depth of 80 feet.

Kilby Lake - Kilby Lake is 50 acres in size and is located in Central Marquette County. It's maximum depth is 28 feet and there is public access. Look for Northern Pike, Bass and panfish varieties here.

Knights Lake - Knights Lake is 28 acres in size with a maximum depth of 32 feet. With public access, you can find this lake in Southcentral Marquette County. Fish for Northern Pike, Bass and panfish varieties.

Lawrence Lake - Lawrence Lake is in Northwestern Marquette County and is 231 acres in size. There is public access with Northern Pike, Bass and panfish varieties. The maximum depth is 12 feet.

Montello Lake - Montello Lake is 286 acres in size with a maximum depth of 17 feet. This lake offers public access and is located in Central Marquette County. Find Northern Pike, Bass and panfish varieties on Montello Lake.

Neshkoro Lake - Neshkoro Lake is home to Northern Pike, Bass and panfish varieties. This 192 acre lake has a maximum depth of 12 feet. Neshkoro Lake is in Northeastern Marquette County and offers public access.

Oxford Pond - The Oxford Pond is 61 acres in size and offers public access. Located in Westcentral Marquette County, it has a maximum depth of 15 feet. Fish for Northern Pike, Bass, Trout and panfish varieties on the Oxford Pond.

Pine Lake - Pine Lake is 37 acres in size with a maximum depth of 30 feet. Located in Northwestern Marquette County, Pine is home to Bass and panfish varieties.

Pleasant Lake - Pleasant Lake is aprox 127 acres with a depth of 30 feet lying mostly in Waushara Co. Northern pike, LM bass and panfish. Excellent swimming lake, offers waterskiing from 11:00 to 3:00 daily.

Puckaway - Lake Puckaway is the largest lake in Marquette County at 5,460 acres. It has a maximum depth of 6 feet and offers public access. Located in Southeastern Marquette County, you'll find Musky, Northern Pike, Walleye, Bass and panfish varieties.

School Section Lake - School Section Lake is 37 acres in size with a maximum depth of 10 feet. It is located in Northwestern Marquette County and is home to Bass and panfish varieties.

Sharon - Lake Sharon is 58 acres in size with a maximum depth of 30 feet. It offers public access and is located in Northcentral Marquette County. You'll find Northern Pike, Bass and panfish varieties here.

Silver Lake - Silver Lake is in Northcentral Marquette County and is 52 acres in size. Its maximum depth is 10 feet and it is home to panfish varieties.

Tuttle Lake - Tuttle Lake is 167 acres in size and has a maximum depth of 36 feet. This lake is in Northcentral Marquette County and offers public access. Here you'll find Northern Pike, Bass and panfish varieties.  Popular swimming lake.

Twin Lake (East) - East Twin Lake is 24 acres in size with a maximum depth of 8 feet. It offers public access and is found in Northwest Marquette County. Panfish varieties live here.

Twin Lake (West) - West Twin Lake is 15 acres with a maximum depth of 25 feet. It's located in Northwestern Marquette County, it is home to Bass and panfish varieties.

Westfield Mill Pond - The Westfield Mill Pond is 32 acres in size and has a maximum depth of 8 feet. Located in Northwestern Marquette County, it is home to Bass and panfish.

White Lake - White Lake is 92 acres in size with a maximum depth of 43 feet. White Lake is bordered by White Lake Country Club and is home to Walleye, Bass and panfish. White Lake is in Eastcentral Marquette County.  Good swimming lake.

Williams Lake - Williams Lake is is 55 acres in size and has a maximum depth of 7 feet. It is located in Central Marquette County and is home to Northern Pike, Bass and panfish.

Wolf Lake - Wolf Lake is located in the Town of Jackson just into Adams County.  Wolf Lake has 49 surface acres and a maximum depth of 58 feet. Wolf Lake is a “seepage” lake, a natural lake fed by precipitation, surface runoff, and groundwater. With no stream outlet, water leaves the lake through groundwater seepage or by evaporation from the lake’s surface. About 1/3 of the lake shore is owned by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and is undeveloped. 

Wood Lake - Wood Lake is the deepest lake in Marquette County with a maximum depth of 87 feet. It is 92 acres in size and has public access. You'll find this lake in Northwestern Marquette County where you can fish for Northern Pike, Walleye, Bass, Trout and panfish.  Great swimming.  Water sports during specific hours.

 

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