Boating and Water Sports
quiet and secluded, Little Crawling stone is perfect for learning to water-ski, tube, and more because it does not see the heavy boat traffic of the Fence lake chain.
Want a challenge though? Head out to big Crawling stone and really open it up!
Or spend all day on the water and take a boat trip though the entire chain - but Don't forget to stop at the casino along the way for a drink or bite to eat.
rules and Regulations:
Little crawling stone Lake "Slow - No wAke" in effect daily from 8 pm - 10 am (local time)
No wake within in 100 m of shoreline
Be on the water in minutes, with the Public Boat Landing/Launch located next door at Southern most tip of the lake, along silver Beach Drive.
Little crawling stone Lake is 113 acres
with a max depth of 44 ft.
This spring-fed 10-lake chain is known for its abundant fish and clear water. It’s anchored by Fence Lake,
It's excellent for musky, panfish, smallmouth bass, northern pike and walleye fishing.
To explore more about fishing up north check out our partner Caphooks.com
Long Interlocken lake, borders downtown Lac du Flambeau allowing visitors easy access to the casino and other attractions the reservation has to offer.
Flambeau lake specifically features historical Landmarks: Strawberry island and Medicine rock.
Licenses and regulations:
Visit any local bait & Tackle store to renew or purchase
Visit https://dnr.wi.gov/topic/fishing/ for regulations and more
While the northwoods is known for its lakes and endless summer days, it's also a winter playground and beloved by visitors year round. So whether you're up for a lazy day on the beach, or down for a ski trip, find your next adventure in the northwoods
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