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Contact Information
Phone:
(920)-912-4452
Email:
Jay.Brickner@yahoo.com
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About the Lakes
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Elkhart Lake
Crystal Lake
Little Elkhart Lake
At 118 feet deep and 286 acres,
the lake is called home by a wide
variety of fish
species. Musky,
Walleye,
Northern Pike,
Largemouth and
Smallmouth Bass,
Yellow Perch,
Bluegill and
Crappie all inhabit
the lake.
            The 114 acres of clear water
on Crystal Lake provide a good
habitat for Large-
                         mouth Bass, Crappie,
                   Yellow Perch and
Bluegill.
Northern Pike and
Walleye are also
present.


 
This small but scenic lake  at only 48 acres
and about 21 feet deep, holds primarily
Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Bluegill,
Crappie and Yellow Perch.