Peppermill Lake WI
Peppermill Lake located in Jackson Township of Adams County, Central Wisconsin also known as Beaver Pond which has a $4 per day (or $10 per Season) unmanned boat launch fee via the Township. Earlier this year the winter freeze hit the fish population pretty hard for not just the panfish but the nice 2 – 3 lb Largemouth Bass as well. It's one of the larger bodies of water in Adams Cty about 100 acres in size and about 9 feet deep.
Peppermill Lakes shoreline and the surrounding area around the lake is mostly developed into residential lot with vacation homes and full time houses. There’s only one large 40 acre parcel to the northwest. Jackson Township is home to several smaller fishing lakes within a short 5 minute drive from Peppermill like Goose, Wolf, McDougall, Deep, Hill, Crooked, Parker and Neenah Creek class trout stream that forms Upper Neenah Creek State Fishery Area.
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Types of Fish: Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass and Panfish!
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Jackson Township WI is located in Adams County, Central Wisconsin mostly known for its fishing lakes and the famous Neenah Creek trout stream and watershed. Area Lakes; Jordon offers 213 skiable acres and is 79 feet deep, Wolf 50 acres and 50 ft deep electric motors only, Goose is an 80 acre fishing lake, Peppermill has 100 acres, Hill acres depth unknown (WI DNR), McDougall 9 acres, Deep is only 35 acres and 47 feet, Crooked is 48 acres and 56 feet deep, Parker right on Hwy 82 is 59 skiable acres, there are about a dozen smaller unnamed lakes in Jackson Township as well. There are only 2 creeks in the township Neenah & O’Keefe. Plus you can find the Upper Neenah Creek State Fishery Area with great trout fishing which is open to the public.
Besides Jackson being a recreational area filled with fishing lakes and creeks it's also a farming community sent in the rolling hills & valleys Central WI. State Highway 82 runs east and was as County Road G runs north & south which are the main arteries for the town.
Lakes, Rivers, Creeks and Trout Streams
- Neenah Creek - Trout Stream
- O'Keefe Creek
Public Land & Area Features
- Upper Neenah Creek State Fishery Area
- Parker Lake County Park Wayside
- Crooked Lake County Park Boat Launch