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Lake Noquebay, Marinette County - Critical Habitat Designation

Lake Noquebay (WBIC 525900) is located in southern Marinette County in Middle Inlet Township and Town of Lake. The lake covers 2,409 acre with a shoreline of 9.83 mi and a maximum depth of 51 ft. It has been designated as an Area of Special Natural Resource Interest. Three named streams flow into the lake, the Upper Inlet (WBIC 530100), and the trout streams, the Lower Middle Inlet (WBIC 529100). Drainage of the lake is regulated by a 7.3 foot high dam at The Outlet (WBIC 525500) at the southwestern corner of the lake.

Lake Noquebay has a diverse aquatic plant community with many species that are of high value to fish and wildlife. Currently it is free of the invasive species Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum and Curly-leaf pondweed (Potamogeton crispus). The native species various-leaved water-milfoil (Myriophyllum heterophyllum) has been invasive since it became stablished in the lake. Farwell's water-milfoil (Myriophyllum farwellii) is listed by the DNR as a species of special concern is found in the lake. The harvest of Wild Rice is regulated on the lake. Lake Noquebay has many areas of bulrush beds that are in need of protection.

Year Started 2009
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