Bark Lake Info

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Bark Lake is a 65 acre lake located in Washington County. It has a maximum depth of 34 feet. Fish include Panfish, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike and Walleye. The lake's water clarity is low.


Fish

Panfish (Common) - No minimum length limit and the daily bag limit is 25.

Largemouth Bass (Common) - The minimum length limit is 14" and the daily bag limit is 5.

Northern Pike (Common) - The minimum length limit is 26" and the daily bag limit is 2.

Walleye (Present) - The minimum length limit is 18" and the daily bag limit is 3.

Regulations as of 1/17/2020


WI DNR Bark Lake Links

WI DNR Public Access Map

Local Boating Ordinances

Fish Consumption Advisories

Fishing Regulations

Contour (Bathymetric) Map

Interactive Map


Facts & Figures

Name - Bark Lake

Waterbody ID (WBIC) - 828600

Area - 65 ACRES

Maximum Depth - 34 feet

Mean Depth - 14 FEET

Bottom - 10% sand, 0% gravel, 0% rock, 90% muck

Waterbody Type - lake

Hydrologic Lake Type - SPRING

County - Washington

Region - SE

Latitude, Longitude - 43.22031910, -88.20916270


TOWN OF RICHFIELD

3.12 SPEED REGULATION. In addition to the speed regulations in §30.66, Wis. Stats., the following restrictions shall apply:

(6) No person may operate any vehicle on any icebound lake at a speed greater than 25 m.p.h.