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Learn about Bone Lake's Management Plan and the work of its committees.
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Bone Lake, located in Town of Georgetown and Town of Bone Lake,, Polk County, Wisconsin, is a 1781-acre lake with 12.5 miles of shoreline and more than 500 private lots. The mean depth is 20 feet, with a maximum depth of 43 feet.

Bone Lake is a quality Wisconsin fishery with musky minimum length limit of 50 inches. Other species present include crappie, perch, bluegill, large mouth bass and northern pike. Smallmouth bass have recently been stocked. Public boat launches are located at the north and south ends of the lakes. Luck Lions Club manages the beautiful Bone Lake Point Park at the north end with a public boat landing, fishing pier, picnic pavilions, and toilets.

Letter to Board of Adjustment regarding Town of Georgetown Sandy Hook lake access

Quick links: Lake Management Plan | Fisheries | Waterfront Runoff | Watershed | Wildlife & Natural Beauty

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BONE LAKE NEWSLETTERS (PDF)

Spring 2018 Newsletter

Fall 2017 Newsletter

Spring 2017 Newsletter

Fall 2016 Newsletter

Spring 2016 Newsletter

Fall 2015 Newsletter

Spring 2015 Newsletter

Fall 2014 Newsletter
Spring 2014 Newsletter

Fall 2013 Newsletter
Spring 2013 Newsletter

BE SAFE ON BONE LAKE
Please observe these Wisconsin boating safety regulations:
All Watercraft: No wake within 100 feet of any shoreline.
Personal watercraft: No wake within 200 feet of any shoreline.

Commissioner's Meeting
Saturday, October 27, 2018
9:00 a.m. Georgetown Hall

Agenda


Bone Lake's Internal Load Study 2017
by Bill James, UW Stout and Cheryl Clemens, Harmony Environmental

What is Alum and How Does it Work? 2018
by HAB Aquatic Solutions

Our Water Quality page

10x35 Plans and Plantings

 

Bone Lake Management Plan (LMP)
Learn more about our LMP

Bone Lake Aquatic Plant
Management Plan PDF

Core Sample Study Results
Study results from the October, 2013 core sample recovered from Bone Lake sediments.
Executive Summary
Complete Core Study Report

Bone Lake Sensitive Areas View the PDF

WISCONSIN DNR BURNING RESTRICTIONS