Marinette County Hunting
Marinette County Hunting
Marinette County Hunting
Marinette County Hunting
Marinette County Hunting
Marinette County Hunting
Marinette County Hunting
Marinette County Hunting
Marinette County Hunting
Marinette County Hunting
  • Lake Noquebay

    Size: 1,300 acres, all state-owned.
    Location: 13 miles northeast of Crivitz. Access off Hwys. X and W. Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, ruffed grouse, deer. Other Recreation: Hiking, birdwatching. Habitat: Marsh, forest, uplands.
  • Beaver Creek Fishery Area

    Size: 1,080 acres, all state-owned.
    Location: 2 miles northwest of Pound. Access off Hwy. P. Principal Wildlife: Ruffed grouse, woodcock, deer. Other Recreation: Trout fishing. Habitat: Stream, uplands.
  • Segull Bar Sate Natural Area

    Size: 90 acres, all state-owned.
    Location: 1 mile southeast of Marinette. Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, shorebirds. Other Recreation: Walking and birdwatching. Habitat: Bay shore dunes, marshes.
  • Peshtigo Harbor Unit

    Size: 3,660 acres, all state-owned.
    Location: 5 miles southeast of Peshtigo. Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, ruffed grouse, rabbits, deer, squirrels. Other Recreation: Hiking, birdwatching, fishing. Habitat: River, marsh, forested uplands.
  • Dunbar State National Area

    Size: 1,320 Acres, all state-owned
    Habitat: Forest Openings Location: 4 miles west of Dunbar off Hwy 8 Principal Wildlife: Grouse, Deer, Upland Plovers Other Recreation: Hiking and Berry picking
  • Miscauno Wildlife Area

    Size: 635 Acres, all state-owned
    Location: 7 miles southeast of Pembine off Hwy. 2. Principal Wildlife: Deer, ruffed grouse. Other Recreation: Observing rare plants. Habitat: Coniferous swamp, forested upland.
  • Town Corner Wildlife Area

    Size: 904 acres, all state-owned.
    Location: 6 miles northwest of Amberg. Principal Wildlife: Deer, grouse, snowshoe hares. Other Recreation: Hiking, wildlife observation. Habitat: Coniferous swamp, forested upland.
  • Pike Wild River

    Size: 3,646 acres, all state-owned.
    Location: 1/2 mile southwest and northeast of Amberg. Principal Wildlife: Grouse, deer. Other Recreation: Canoeing and kayaking. Habitat: Northern hardwood upland, forested lowland, trout stream.
  • Amberg Wildlife Area

    Size: 1,150 acres, all state-owned.
    Location: 6 miles southwest of Amberg. Principal Wildlife: Deer, ruffed grouse, snowshoe hares, forest songbirds. Other Recreation: Hiking, berry picking. Habitat: Coniferous swamp, forested upland
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