Marathon County Wisconsin Fishing Lakes

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Lakes in Marathon County Wisconsin

Place USGS Topo Map
0.39 Reservoir Little Rose
1 Reservoir Stratford
1 Reservoir Stratford
9 Reservoir Corinth
Abbotsford Pond Abbotsford
Bass Lake Mission Lake
Bear Lake Bevent
Beth Arthur Lane Pond Number 3 Honey Island
Big Bass Lake Rosholt NW
Big Eau Pleine Reservoir Marathon SW
Birch Flowage Mosinee
Bluegill Lake Hatley
Bohnes Lake Hatley
Chain Lakes Rosholt NW
Clay Pond Ringle
Crow Lake Rosholt
Eau Claire Flowage Wausau East
Fisher Flowage Honey Island
Fox Lake Bevent
Go-To-It Lake Hatley
Half Moon Lake Mosinee
Honey Island Flowage Honey Island
Lake Allu Athens
Lake Du Bay Dancy
Lake Wausau Wausau West
Lake Wausau 4016 Wausau West
Lilly Lake Wittenberg
Little Bass Lake Rosholt NW
Little Frog Lake Mission Lake
Little Lake Mission Lake
Little Nienow Flowage Kalinke
Long Lake Rosholt
Lost Lake Mission Lake
Main Flowage Marshfield
Mayflower Lake Hatley
McMillan Reservoir Marshfield
Mission Lake Mission Lake
Moen Lake Rosholt
Mosinee Flowage Mosinee
Mosinee Flowage 4126 Mosinee
Moss Lake Rosholt
Mud Lake Hatley
Muddy Lake Mission Lake
Mystery Lake Hatley
Norrie Lake Hatley
North Honey Island Flowage Honey Island
North Rice Lake Honey Island
North Smoky Hill Flowage Honey Island
North Townline Flowage Big Eau Pleine Reservoir
Pike Lake Mission Lake
Pool Five Big Eau Pleine Reservoir
Rangeline Flowage Honey Island
Reservoir Lake 54 Marshfield
Rice Lake Mission Lake
Smoky Hill Flowage Honey Island
South Rice Lake Honey Island
Spring Lake Aniwa
Steinke Pond Hogarty
Stenson Lake Rosholt
Sunny Vale Lake Wausau West
Swamp Lake Rosholt NW
Teal Flowage Honey Island
Ten Pool Honey Island
Townline Flowage Big Eau Pleine Reservoir
Townline Reservoir Big Eau Pleine Reservoir
Turtle Lake Bevent
Wadley Lake Rosholt NW
West Honey Island Flowage Honey Island
Winding Creek Rearing Pond 1 Abbotsford

Above is a map and a list of the lakes in Marathon County, Wisconsin. Many are open to public fishing. If you see a lake name that is duplicated, then try to narrow it down using the name of the USGS topographical map which is usually a prominent place or city nearby.