Goose Lake is a 12 acre waterway in Dane County, Wisconsin. It has a maximum depth of 10 feet. Panfish can be found here. Visitors have access to public lands or parks. The water clarity is Low.
Big water with deep structure. Famous for perch, Crappie and white bass. Heavily stocked with Walleye and northern.
Year-round panfishing. Quality Largemouth Bass and Northern Pike. Muskie population improving.
Excellent Bluegill and Crappie fishing. Largemouth, Walleye and Northern Pike round out the featured species.
Lake Wingra is the smallest of the five major lakes drained by the Yahara River in Dane County, The Lake is bordered by the University of Wisconsin–Madison Arboretum on the south and west and the City...