Other County Public Lake Access Points

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Please NOTE:  The permit purchased for the six inland County launches is not valid on the below lakes.  There may or may not be different permits required at these landings.

 

Lake Michigan

The City of Sheboygan maintains a public access area for Lake Michigan, a sports fisherman's paradise. There are a number of charter fishing operations calling the Sheboygan Harbor home.  The Sheboygan Harbor is one of the deepest harbors on Lake Michigan.  Contact the Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce for more information on charter fishing. 

Beechwood Lake

Beechwood Lake has a public access that is owned and maintained by the Town of Scott. Bullheads, panfish, and northern pike are abundant in Beechwood Lake.

Lake Ellen

Lake Ellen has a public access that is owned and maintained by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. The lake is most productive for panfish but walleye and largemouth bass are common.

Lake Seven

Lake Seven has a public access that is owned and maintained by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. The lake produces small catches of large bluegills and numerous largemouth bass.

Crooked Lake

Crooked Lake has a public access that is owned and maintained by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Crooked Lake is most productive for panfish.

Random Lake

Random Lake has a public access that is owned and maintained by the Village of Random Lake. Panfish average a small size. The lake also produces nice walleye.