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Middle Genesee

Middle Genesee

Location: West of Hwy 67, South of I-94.
Water Surface Acres: 109
Maximum Depth: 40 feet
Public Access: Not at this time
Clarity: Clear
Bottom: 50% sand; 40% gravel; 10% otherAccessible from Hwy 67 and Genesee Lake Road, and CTH “DR” and Dousman Road

Situated just far enough south of I-94 to diminish the noise from traffic, yet close enough to surrounding towns and the new Pabst Farms Development, the spring-fed Genesee Lakes offer quiet, clear waters and an obliging shoreline.

Middle Genesee
With 109′ of water surface acres, Middle Genesee Lake is the largest of its sister lakes, and is well-known for its exceptional water quality and fishing. Largemouth bass, perch, panfish, and even northern pike are plenty, and some grand old homes built in the early1900s still rest on the large parcels of land that surround this hidden treasure.

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