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    Ashippun Lake
    Location/Directions:
    Town of Oconomowoc • northwest Waukesha County 
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    Size:
    84 Acres
    Depth:
    40' Maximum
    Public Access:
    Southwest side of Ashippun on McMahon Road
    Fish Types:
    Bass, Northern, Bluegill, Crappie, Perch, and Walleye
    More Information:
    Like other large lakes in the area, its size makes it popular for recreational boating.
    Fees:
    None

    Nagawicka Lake
    Location/Directions:
    Town of Delafield and Village of Nashotah • north-central Waukesha County.
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    Size:
    917 Acres
    Depth:
    90' maximum
    Public Access:
    Southeast corner of lake at Naga-Waukee Park
    Fish Types:
    Bass, Northern, Bluegill, Crappie, Perch, and Walleye
    More Information:
    Like other large lakes in the area, its size makes it popular for recreational boating.
    Daily Lake Access permit: 
    Weekday: carry-in  $6 • trailered $6.50 
    Weekend and holiday: carry-in  $6 • trailered $8 
    Annual Lake Access sticker:
    $80 first vehicle
    additional Annual Lake Access sticker: $40 second vehicle registered at same residence • max. one  

    Nemahbin Lake
    Location/Directions:
    Town of Summit • northwest Waukesha County.
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    Upper Nemahbin Lake:
    Size: 248 Acres / Depth: 53' maximum
    Lower Nemahbin Lake:
    Size: 271 acres / Depth: 43' maximum
    Public Access:
    South end of Upper Nemahbin Lake on C.T.H. DR
    Fish Types:
    Bass, Northern, Bluegill, Crappie, Perch, and Walleye
    Daily Lake Access permit:

    (self-registration only) 
    Weekday: carry-in  $6 • trailered $6.50 
    Weekend and holiday: 
    carry-in  $6 • trailered $8

    Annual Lake Access sticker:
    $80 first vehicle
    additional Annual Lake Access sticker:
    $40 second vehicle registered at same residence • max. one 

    Pewaukee Lake
    Location/Directions:

    Pewaukee • north-central Waukesha County  
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    Size:
    2,493 Acres
    Depth:
    45' maximum , 10' averages
    Public Access:
    West end of Pewaukee Lake on Hwy. E
    Fish Types:
    Bass, Stocked Muskie, Northern, Bluegill, Crappie, Perch, and Walleye
    More Information:
    Pewaukee is a popular recreational lake, with skiing and sailing, plus winter ice boating. There are a few restaurants on the lake where you can dock for a bite to eat. The east half of the lake is in the City of Pewaukee and the west half is in the Town of Delafield.
    Daily Lake Access permit:
    Weekday: carry-in  $6 • trailered $6.50 
    Weekend and holiday: 
    carry-in  $6 • trailered $8 
    Annual Lake Access sticker:
    $80 first vehicle
    additional Annual Lake Access sticker:
    $40 second vehicle registered at same residence • max. one 

    School Section Lake
    Location/Directions:
    Town of Ottawa • west-central Waukesha County.
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    Size:
    117 Acres
    Depth:
    8' Maximum 
    Public Access:
    West end of Pewaukee LakOn north side of School Section Lakee on Hwy. E
    Fish Types:
    Bass, Stocked Muskie, Northern, Bluegill, Crappie, Perch, and Walleye
    More Information:
    There is an island in the middle of the lake, and even though it is shallow, fish abound.
    Fees:
    None