Grant Lake & Turtle Flambeau Flowage
A northwoods paradise
Grant Lake is a pristine northwoods lake. At about 110 acres and 15 feet at it's deepest point, it's great for pan fishing, paddleboarding, kayaking, floating and slow pontoon rides. The lake is quiet as the only way you can access it is through the boat landing on Turtle Point Outpost or from one of our few neighbor's properties. No worries about boats zooming by means you and the kids can enjoy all of the lake without getting swamped by a wake.
Iron County boasts Turtle Flambeau Scenic Wilderness Waters area and Trude Lake where you will find nearly 19,000 acres of fishing paradise. And as luck would have it, Murray Landing is about 3/4 of a mile down the road from Turtle Point Outpost. From this landing, you can explore this large flowage which is the result of the construction of a dam in 1926 that created this fishing destination and resivoir. The Turtle Flambeau Flowage will provide you with the ultimate in Northwoods Wisconsin fishing opportunities as you will find muskellunge, smallmouth and largemouth bass, pan fish such as crappie, perch and bluegill and walleye. But this incredible body of water is best known for the abundant walleye it holds. If you’re in search of great walleye fishing, this is the place for you.
There are five boat launches on the Turtle Flambeau Flowage in addition to Murray Landing. From any of these boat launches you can access these waters by boat, canoe or kayak. Because the flowage is such a large expanse of water, you may want to consider hiring a local fishing guide that can help you find the hotspots to catch your limit during your Northwoods Wisconsin vacation. We can help you get in contact with a fishing guide if you'd like. Click HERE to discover more about the scenic Turtle Flambeau Flowage.