Fishing the Quiet Lakes

Lost Land Lake and Teal Lake

Lost Land Lake and Teal Lake are connected with a scenic, navigable channel. These lakes represent 2,500 acres of spring-fed waters and are the head waters of the Chippewa Flowage. They are not only a sanctuary for eagles, but also for fisherman. With many bays and weed beds where the tiger muskies lie, these Quiet Lakes are Class A musky waters, famous for excellent fishing.

Ghost Lake

Ghost Lake is a 370 acre wilderness flowage set in the seclusion of the Chequamegon National Forest. These bronze-tinted quiet waters are home to the muskie, walleye, bass, crappie and a bountiful array of interesting wild critters.

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Lost Land Lake

1304 Acres
Maximum Depth – 21′
Mean Depth – 12′
Thoroughfare to Teal Lake
Fishery: Muskie, Walleye, Northern Pike, Large and Small Mouth Bass, Panfish

Teal Lake

1049 Acres
Maximum Depth – 31′
Mean Depth – 15′
6 Islands
Teal River – 1 Mile
Fishery: Same as Lost Land

Ghost Lake

372 Acres
Maximum Depth – 12′
Mean Depth – 5′
Fishery: Muskie, Walleye, Large Mouth Bass, Panfish