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Cast a line in Rusk County

Rusk County is home to more than 250 lakes and flowages of all sizes, from backcountry ponds to one of Wisconsin's largest flowages, as well as 16 Class-A musky lakes. Rivers and streams add another 140 miles of water for anglers and boaters to enjoy. Musky, walleye, smallmouth and largemouth bass, bluegill, yellow perch, crappie, northern pike, catfish and sturgeon can be found in Rusk County. During the winter, the county offers first-class ice fishing opportunities. For a little healthy competition, attend the annual Fun on the Frozen Flambeau ice fishing contest, with a chance to win prizes. Maps for many of Rusk County's largest lakes can be found on the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources website.

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