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Gary Engberg Outdoors

 

May 31, 2018

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A boy with a bluegill

When Wisconsin anglers think of Devils Lake, they usually think of the wonderful trout fishing that this 369-acre spring-fed lake offers. Devils Lake was formed where the glaciers stopped their southern movement in central Wisconsin thousands of years ago. When the glaciers receded, what was left were rock hills, bluffs, and the cliffs with gin-clear Devils Lake in the middle. The lake is now part of Devils Lake State Park which receives over one million visitors annually to camp, climb the cliffs, and swim in the lake. Few visitors take advantage of the good fishing and if they do it's usu...



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