Mason Lake WI
Mason Lake is an 855 acre fishing lake that is shared with the Township of New Haven in Adams County and Douglas Township in Marquette County, Wisconsin. Mason Lake is one of Adams Cty larger fishing lakes but it’s not really a skiable lake due to the stump fields and overall depth being only 7 ft. and a max depth of 9 ft. deep.
The lake does offer quality fishing for Northern Pike, Large Mouth Bass, Walleye and a wide variety of panfish. Big Spring Creek helps fill both Mason Lake but also Big Spring Lake.
On the north end of Mason Lake is McCall Lake which is about 4.4 acres and 37 feet deep. McCall Lake actually looks more like a large bay on Mason Lake than a separate lake altogether.
Mason Lake Wisconsin
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Types of Fish:
Largemouth Bass, Walleye, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, and Panfish!
Wake Rules ........
Mason Lake Wildlife
Featured Mason Lake Property
New Haven Township WI is located in the southwest corner of Adams County, Central Wisconsin. This area has larger land parcels besides the small parcels of land around the lakes. To the south is Columbia County and to the east is Marquette County. Big Spring creek flow into Mason Lake which has the southernmost county park in Adams County. New Haven also has Big Spring Lake, Big Spring Creek, O’Keefe Creek, several private lakes and Amey Pond which is surrounded by Amey Pond Fish and Wildlife Management Area owned by State of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. State Highway 23 cuts through the southern end of this Township and Cty Road G & P is a main intersection for the area. Briggsville is located on the eastside of Mason Lake which is in Marquette Cty.
Lakes, Rivers, Creeks and Trout Streams
Public Land & Features for the Area
- Mason Lake County Park
- Amey Pond Fish and Wildlife Management Area