Fenners Lake WI
Fenner Lake, also known as Fenners Lake is located right on the county line between New Chester Township in Adams County & Westfield Township in Marquette County. The lake itself is only about 33 acres but gets down to about 30 ft deep with Bluegill, Largemouth Bass and Northern Pike calling it home.
There’s a small subdivision to the north of the lake on the Adams county side and larger 5 acre lots on the east side in Marquette County.
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Types of Fish: Bluegill, Largemouth Bass and Northern Pike
Wake Rules ........
New Chester Township is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin which has two smaller communities; Brooks and Grand Marsh. Grand Marsh is home of the original Grand Marsh State Bank and hosts the FAMOUS annual Corn N Tater fest. The Union Pacific Railroad runs diagonally through the New Chester passing both Grand Marsh and Brooks. 1 square mile (640 acres) of the township is owned by United States of America and has a federal training facility plus Oxford Federal Correctional Institution which has about 1,100 guests and employs about 400 area people. New Chester is a mixture of Recreation and Agriculture plus there are several lakes including Rollers, Fenner, McGinnis (where Neenah Creek Trout Stream headwaters start) and Patrick Lake which has a County Park. You can enjoy the outdoors in 2 State owned Wildlife areas; Lawrence Creek Wildlife Area & Upper Neenah State Fishery Area.
Lakes, Rivers, Creeks and Trout Streams
- Patrick Lake
- Neenah Creek - Trout Stream
- Rollers Lake
- Fenner Lake
- McGinnis Lake - Headwaters of Neenah Creek
Public Land & Features for the Area
- Upper Neenah Creek State Fishery Area
- New Chester Waterfowl Production Area
- Patrick Lake County Park
- Lawrence Creek Wildlife Area
- U.S.A. Federal Land
- U.S.A. Oxford Federal Correctional Institution