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“Barbara was amazing! She was available for us and helped us to make decisions based on her knowledge & expertise of the Hayward area. Not knowing much about the area she guided us and answered so many of our questions making the whole process stress free! We couldn't be more satisfied! Thanks!”
John & Andrea Schuttloffel, November 2016


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Sawyer County has some of the most pristine lakes in northern Wisconsin. Each year thousands of visitors descend on our area for the food, festivals and fun.

Sawyer County Hayward, WI Lake Information

 
HAYWARD AREA LAKE DATA
Fishery:  A=abundant  C=common  P=present
Lake Name Size in Acres Max. Depth Mean Depth Shoreline Length Musky Class Musky N. Pike Walleye LM Bass SM Bass Panfish
Ashegon 74 56 26     P   P C P A
Balsam (Red Cedar) 295 49 25 7.3     C C C C A
Big Spider (Spider Chain) 1452 64 14   A2 A   C C P P
Birch 368 73 24 6.7     C C C P C
Blaisdell 356 19 4   A2 P P P P P C
Blueberry 280 29 17 4.2       A A P C
Burns (Tiger Cat) 37 9 5   A2 A P C C P A
Cable 166 45 10 5.65     C   C   P
Callahan/Mud 495 18 11 8.4 A2 A   P C   C
Chetac 1,920 28 14 15.5     A P A P C
Chippewa Flowage 17,000 92 15 233.0 A1 C C A C C P
Clear (Spider Chain) 300 30 8   A2 A2 A   C C P
Clear (Tiger Cat) 77 32 14   A2 A P C C P A
Durphee 193 16 10 2.7     P P P C A
Eau Claire (Lower) 802 41 NA 7.78 B P P A P P P
Eau Claire (Middle) 902 66 NA 11 A1 P C A C P A
Eau Claire (Upper) 996 92 NA 9.93 B P A P P P C
Fawn (Spider Chain) 23 35 15   A2 A   C C P P
Fishtrap 216 11 7 6.84 A2 A P C C   A
Ghost 372 12 5 7.34 A2 C   P C   P
Grindstone 3,111 60 30 10.5 A1 C C A P C C
Hayward 247 17 5 8.6 A2 P A C C C C
Hemlock (Red Cedar) 357 21   6.86     C C C C A
Hunter 126 15 5   A2 C P C P C P
Lac Courte Oreilles 5,039 90 34 25.4 A1 C A C P C C
Little Lac Courte Oreilles 240 46 15   B P C P P P P
Little Spider (Spider Chain) 410 30     A2 A   C C P P
Lost Land Lake 1,304 21 12 11.3 A2 C C C C P A
Lovejoy 76 20 13       P P C   C
Lower Twin (Tiger Cat) 247 30     A2 A P C C P A
McClaine (Tiger Cat) 49 15     A2 A P C C P A
Minong Flowage 1,564 21 9 24.8     C A C P C
Moose 1,670 30 15 27.5 A2 A P A P C C
Namekagon 3,227 51 16 43.6 A1            
Nancy 772 39 11 10.9 C P C A C C C
Nelson 2503 35 5 31.4   P P A C C C
North (Spider Chain) 129 30 14   A2 C   C C P C
Ole 86 29 11   A2 P     P   C
Osprey 208 32 12 5.86 C P P C C P C
Owen 1323 95 27 24     C C C C C
Placid (Tiger Cat) 160 30 11   A2 A P C C P A
Red Cedar 1,841 53   15.9     C C C C A
Reed 69 17 8 2.2   P C C C P C
Round (Big) 3,054 70 31 19.7 A1 P P A A C P
Round (Little) 229 38 12 4.4 C P C P C P C
Sand 928 50 21 5.1 A2 C C A P P P
Sissabagama 719 48 10 8.2 A2 C P A C C A
Sissabagama-Little 299 75 20 6.7 A2 C   P A P C
Slim 223 42   2.6       C C P C
Smith 323 29 15 4.54     C C C   C
Spider Lake Chain 1,604 64 14 21.7 A2 A   C C P P
Spring (Hayward C.R. E) 220 18   3.7     C P C   C
Spring (Washburn by Stone) 42 13 13 1.9         P    
Spring (Washburn by Trego) 211 24 12 2.5     P C C   p
Stone (Big) 523 49 33 4     P C P C C
Stone (Little) 27 13 9 0.91     P C C C C
Teal Lake 1,049 31 15 10.5 A2 C C C P P C
Tiger Cat Flowage 1,065 30   29.7 A2 A P C C P A
Trego 451 36 11 16.9 B P C C P P A
Upper Twin (Tiger Cat) 299 27     A2 A P C C P A
Whitefish 917 105 50 8.1 A1 C A C C C A
Windigo 522 51 14 9.0     C P C P C
Winter 676 22 9 10.42 A1 A P C   P C
 
Musky Class:
A1:
"Trophy Musky waters" with less consistent angling action than A2
 
A2:
Best overall #'s of Musky, most consistent angling action, some big fish
 
B:
Success and catch rates less that Class A waters
 
C:
Some Muskys are present