Northern Marinette County has thousands of acres of public hunting land and miles and miles of rivers and streams, including the Menominee River. A person can fish for trout in the highest concentration of trout streams in Wisconsin. The area is teeming with all forms of wildlife. Marinette County claims to have more deer per acre than any other county in Wisconsin. In addition, there is a large black bear population. Other wildlife that may be seen include (but are not limited to) wild turkeys, fox, coyotes, wolves, raccoons and bobcats.
Swim, boat, golf, canoe, hunt, fish, camp, hike, ski, snowmobile, and snowshoe to your heart’s content. Walk through our dense forests, stop at a cold stream for a drink or to fish, live off the land and then curl up in your sleeping bag beside a glowing fire. In the winter, bring your snowmobile, cross country skis, or snowshoes.
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