Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau

Clark County Economic Development Corporation & Tourism Bureau

Phone: (715) 255-9100

Fishing in Clark County

Clark County has seven named lakes with an approximate total of 1,741 acres. There are a total of 150 named and unnamed streams in Clark County totaling 2,476 surface acres. These 150 streams total about 593 miles.

Clark County offers 3,700 acres of surface water for fish habitat. Game fish found in Clark County waters include muskellunge, walleye, large and small mouth bass, northern pike, and pan fish. There are approximately 20 miles of trout streams in Clark County and most streams are dependent on restocking programs.

Our rock-strewn rivers and streams abound with fish, beaver, otter, muskrat, heron, sand hill crane, and eagle, giving the canoeist and fisherman memories from the tranquil life Clark County offers in its many forests, parks, campgrounds, and trails.

1: Arbutus Lake

Acres: 821 square acres
Fish Species: Bluegil, Sturgeon, Bass, Muskie, Norther Pike, Walleye

2: Mead Lake

Acres: 324 square acres
Fish Species: Bluegil, Bass, Muskie, Northern Pike, Walleye

3: Sportsman Lake

Acres: 300 square acres
Fish Species: Bluegil, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike

4: Sherwood Lake

Acres: 128 square acres
Fish Species: Bluegil, Largemouth Bass, Muskie, Northern Pike

5: Rock Dam Lake

Acres: 105 square acres
Fish Species: Bluegil, Fathead Minnow, Largemouth Bass, Muskie, Northern Pike

6: Emerson Lake

Acres: 35 square acres
Fish Species: Bluegil, Largemouth Bass

7: Snyder Lake

Acres: 28 square acres
Fish Species: Bluegil, Largemouth Bass, Norther Pike