Of the several dozen lakes that go by the same name, the Long Lake mentioned here is located in the southeastern portion of Washburn County.  There is also a town of the same name there, and the unincorporated community of Nobleton at the southern end of the lake is located in the town.

Looking south on Long Lake

Much of the beauty of the lake lies in the fact that it's edges are not over-developed; a great deal of the land on the eastern side of the lake is owned by the Tomahawk Scout Reservation.

Although sometimes fishing can be tough, the lake will yield its fair share of nice fish -- one just needs to learn the spots to go...  It is known locally as the "Walleye Capital of Wisconsin", but has plenty of other grat species as well.

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Long Lake

Lake Facts

  • Size: ~ 3478 acres
  • Depth: Ave - 26 feet; Max - 74 feet
  • Fish Species: Walleye, Northern Pike, Crapie, Bluegills, Largemouth Bass and Smallmouth Bass
  • Etc,: The spring-fed lake is 19-miles long and is surrounded on all sides by trails that are great for ATVs, snowmobiles, snowshoeing and cross country skiing.

Fishing Links

Wisconsin Hunting & Fishing Licenses:


Things to See

Butternut Hills Golf Course (Sarona)

Hunt Hill Audubon Sanctuary (Sarona)

Red Barn Theater (Rice Lake)

Great Northern Railroad (Trego)