Lake Altoona is a man-made lake with a maximum depth of 25 feet. The lake was created by impounding the Eau Claire River with the construction of the Altoona 2WP340 Dam in 1938, with a concrete spillway and sluice gates on the western end of the reservoir
In northwestern Wisconsin, just east of Chippewa Falls and north of Highway 29.
Dells Pond is a 622 acre lake located in Eau Claire County. It has a maximum depth of 30 feet. Visitors have access to the lake from a public boat landing, public lands or parks. Fish include Musky, P...
Maximum depth of 9 ft. Public boat landing, public beach, and public shoreline.
This small oxbow lake is a seepage lake with a max depth of 13 feet. Among the typical Wisconsin fish, lake Hallie is also home to the occaisonal Brook and Brown Trout.