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Lake Quality


Our quality of life on the Moen Lake Chain is dependent on the quality of the massive amount of water surrounding us. We must be diligent in monitoring appropriate factors realting to water quality and invasive species.

The introduction of parasitic non-native vegetation is just as damaging to our lakes as the dumping of raw sewage in to the waters.

Let's look at how our chain of lakes is one piece of a very complex watershed puzzle. To get an idea of our place in the "food chain" review the Wisconsin River Reservoir System map presented by the Wisconsin Valley Improvement Company (WVIC). The Moen Lake Chain is represented as North Pelican on the graphic.

For the big picture of the WVIC and how their operations affect the Moen Lake Chain, CLICK HERE for a slide show presented at the 2011 MLCA yearly meeting.

LAKE LEVELS are always a great topic of conversation. A short version of the annual operating plan for the Moen Lake Chain can be found by Clicking Here.

Detailed informatin relating to the operation of the reservoir system can be found by Clicking Here .

Lake water monitoring is paramount to understanding the steps needed to maintain the highest quality possible. Here are the latest reports at DNR.

Lake Water Quality 2008 Annual Report
Fifth Lake Water Quality Report

Below are some links a wealth of information pertaining to Lake Quality.

Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Program
Aquatic Plant Management and Protection Program
Eurasian Water Milfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum)
Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia (VHS)


Wisconsin Muskellunge Waters - Oneida County

Note that not all waters containing musky are classified as musky waters.

Lake Name Access
Acres
Class
Category

Fifth Lake Water
240
A2
1
Fourth Lake Water
258
A2
1
Moen Lake Ramp
460
A2
1
Second Lake Water
111
A2
1
Third Lake Road
103
A2
1

Class A2 - these waters are best known for providing the most consistent angling action, and they have potential to produce some big fish as well. They generally have the best overall numbers of muskellunge, but big fish make up a smaller percent of the total compared to Class A1 waters.

Category 1 - the population is self-sustaining through natural reproduction. No stocking occurs.