The Turtle Flambeau Flowage in Mercer
Wisconsin, preserved by the state, is considered a
mecca to both land and water recreation. Walleye
are the dominant species most often targeted, but
smallmouth bass and elusive 50-inch trophy
muskie are sought out as well. Super slab crappie,
big gils & jumbo perch are abundant. The flowage
was created in 1926, the dam flooded 11 natural
lakes and formed an immpoundment of 14,326
acres.  114 miles of shoreline and 195 islands.

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