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DNR Fisheries AreasNorthfield Lakes (Beaver Creek) Fish Rearing Station


Northfield Lakes (Beaver Creek) Fish Rearing Station
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Northfield Lakes Fish Rearing Station (Beaver Creek Rearing Station), includes Bill's Pond. Of the 598 acres, 37 acres have been developed into 2 fish rearing ponds. Northfield Lake was constructed in 1970 and has 33 surface acres formed by an earthen dike. Bill's Pond was constructed in 1977 and has 4 surface acres formed by an earthen dike. The fish rearing ponds are not open to the public. However, the grassland and hardwood forest are open to the public.

Location/Directions

Northfield Lakes Fish Rearing Station is located in Jackson County, 2 miles north of the village of Northfield, adjacent to I-94. Take I-94 to State Hwy 121 (Northfield Exit), west on State Hwy 121 1/4 mile, north on County Hwy FF for 3 miles, right turn (east) on Gilbertson Road for 1/2 mile.

Activities

Angling opportunities

No angling allowed.

Recreational Opportunities

  • Hunting - stocked pheasant, small game, turkey, and deer
  • Trapping
  • Hiking
  • Cross-country skiing (no developed trails)
  • Wildlife viewing
  • Bird watching
  • Pets - Dogs must be on a leash April 15 - August 15
  • Berry picking

Objective

Northfield Lakes Fish Rearing Station is managed for fish rearing, water quality, and upland hunting.

Interim forest management plan (2016) [PDF]

Contacts/Partners

For questions and comments contact:

Fisheries Biologist
Department of Natural Resources
910 Highway 54 E
Black River Falls, WI 54615
715-284-1447

Last revised: Monday February 20 2017