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Home of 38 pound Wisconsin state record Northern, Lake Puckaway is a 9x2 Mile shallow water lake.  It encompasses 5433 acres of water and is an excellent recreation lake, with activities including fishing, swimming, boating, and duck hunting. 


Game fish include Walleye, Northern Pike, Large-mouth Bass, Bluegill, Crappie, and Perch.


Lake Puckaway's water depth will accommodate essentially every boat with an outboard engine, and many with inboard/outboard (especially in spring when the water is high).


Puckaway is early-on in the Fox River chain, a river which starts around Portage, WI and empties into Green Bay of Lake Michigan.















The background photo of Lake Puckaway is looking west. The village of Marquette is on the left side.
The Fox River (lower right) is the outlet of the lake and flows toward the
Princeton dam, which is about 6- miles downstream from the lake. Photo taken June 4, 1987.

To contact:  Lake Puckaway Protection & Rehabilitation District email