Fishing is a year-round activity in Oneida County, and hundreds of lakes offer everything from walleye, bass, and panfish to northern pike and musky. During the early spring, anglers target panfish, particularly crappie. As the waters warm, attention turns to smallmouth and largemouth bass as well as walleye and northern pike. During the summer, musky action begins to heat up—Oneida County has some of the best musky fishing in North America. Fall brings the best trophy musky fishing of the year.
Lake-Link Fishing Forum
Current information about fishing in Oneida County available year-round.
Rhinelander, WI Fishing Reports
Rhinelander is situated on beautiful Boom Lake just one of the 1,100 lakes in Oneida County. Surrounded by the Wisconsin and Pelican Rivers as well as many other streams, Rhinelander is a fisherman’s paradise for walleye, panfish, northern, and the elusive muskie.
St. Germain Fishing Reports
A favorite destination for anglers, St. Germain offers excellent fishing for musky, walleye, crappie and smallmouth on a number of picturesque lakes.
DNR Invasive Species Report
Did you know that hundreds of plants, and animals are taking over the natural resources of our state by displacing native species and disrupting ecosystems?