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Fishing was great!

Turtle Flambeau Flowage was fantastic! My husband and I stayed at Cry of the Loon Resort and... read more

Reviewed 25 October 2017
Jen N
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Fort Erie, Canada
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North Woods Wilderness

We reside on the "quite side" of the flowage near Springstead Landing. careful observers will see... read more

Reviewed 23 July 2017
BillS1640
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The 19,000 acres of lakes in the Flambeau Flowage make it the "Crown Jewel of the North."
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Reviewed 25 October 2017 via mobile

Turtle Flambeau Flowage was fantastic! My husband and I stayed at Cry of the Loon Resort and brought our own boat for fishing. These waters hold such a diverse species of fish; we caught 8 species total including walleye, crappie, small mouth bass, musky, pike,...More

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Reviewed 23 July 2017

We reside on the "quite side" of the flowage near Springstead Landing. careful observers will see deer, eagles, loons, a wide variety of song birds, on rare occasions we see otters or a bear. fishing is good with most species available enough that you will...More

1  Thank BillS1640
Reviewed 16 September 2016

Never been here before so three of us decided to go on a fishing/camping trip for a few days. Launched at Murrays Landing which was very nice. Paddled two kayaks and one canoe up the river system until we reached Site R-31 and we were...More

2  Thank mikeX5420IO
Reviewed 17 July 2016

I only learned of TFF just last year and was eager to go paddle it since I read in several articles it being called "the Boundary Waters of Wisconsin." While I wasn't disappointed I was surprised it was compared to the Boundary Waters because of...More

4  Thank tobyg176
Reviewed 4 September 2014

We have been camping at the Turtle Flambeau Flowage for the last 4 years and every year we enjoy it. Have stayed at multiple campsites which have all been great. Love the peace and quiet, loons, eagles, and other wild life we have seen. Fishing...More

Thank JenV2013
Reviewed 30 August 2014

do not go anywhere near Joe MILLERS resort unless you have written proof of your reservation. The "wife" booked our reservation over the phone and after driving for 6 1/2 hours, we arrived to her telling us we had no reservation. Mind you we have...More

24  Thank kim B
Reviewed 8 July 2014

If you have been here with a guide (and you really almost have to in order to navigate and know where all the fish hide), you will love, love this body of water to fish!!! Just be careful of all the stumps, the damage to...More

3  Thank ChgotoCancun
Reviewed 28 April 2014

beautiful large body of water with lots of wildlife, even when there is still ice on the surface. Good place to watch water birds.

Thank Ramikat
Reviewed 1 December 2013

I've gone to the Turtle Flowage only in the early winter and it's fantastic. It's so different from seeing it in the spring or summer. The water still flows and the ice formations are fantastic. You can still see wildlife but I go just for...More

Thank KL114
Reviewed 23 October 2013

We stayed in several cabins along the flowage during our recent family fishing trip to Mercer. The location was perfect! We were right on the water with boat access to fish. Just beautiful!!

1  Thank Linda T
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