Kewaunee County’s inland lakes and streams, and the waters of Lake Michigan offer swimming, fishing, boating, canoeing, scuba-diving, water-skiing; almost every water sport imaginable. The quiet, uncrowded atmosphere, peace and tranquility of the Lake Michigan shoreline, inland lakes and wetlands invite visitors to stroll along sandy beaches where the deep blue waters stretch to the horizon; discover unique plant and animal communities in inland marshlands and river banks; observe shorebirds and all manner of waterfowl fishing, floating, diving, chasing waves, calling, courting and nesting in wetlands along the Lake Michigan shore. Fishing in Kewaunee County lakes yields Rainbow Trout, Perch, Bluegills, Crappies, Bass, and Bullheads. Some Tiger Muskies are also found in East Alaska Lake.
Plan Your Next Fishing Trip To Kewaunee
Whether you hire a private charter and go onto Lake Michigan or rent a rowboat on the Kewaunee River, you are sure to experience some of the best fishing in the Midwest. In the spring and fall, you can experience first-hand as the trout and salmon fight their way back through Kewaunee.
In addition, with the nearby fish hatchery located on the Dana Farm, you can rest assured that Kewaunee County is doing their part to ensure that you have a successful fishing expedition.