Fishing on the Turtle-Flambeau Flowage Wisconsin, near Mercer Wisconsin.

[photo of the flowage] Turtle-Flambeau Flowage
A near-wilderness of fish, osprey, woods and water preserves the wild character of Wisconsin’s Northwoods.
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[photo of the flowage]The flowage offers excellent fishing!

Black crappie provide exceptional panfishing during the early summer months and through the ice. Like all crappie populations, they are cyclical, but when numbers are up, the fishing is tremendous.

Muskies provide outstanding trophy angling. Anglers have caught muskies in excess of 50 pounds. Annual stocking supplements the limited natural reproduction. Smallmouth bass provide quality fishing when action is slow for other species. "Smallies" in the flowage are exceptionally heavy fish for their length.

Special regulations aim to further improve the average size of walleye, smallmouth bass and crappie in the flowage. Because of its unique character and outstanding qualities, special size and bag limits will help to assure the flowage’s continued status as one of the best fisheries in the state.

Consult the Wisconsin fishing regulation pamphlet for complete regulations and watch for special regulations posted at the landings.

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