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Here are the 5 lakes we have listed within USA > Midwest > Wisconsin > Mississippi-Chippewa Rivers Region - compared by Deepest Lakes.

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Lake Name Maximum depth in feet Lake Description
Wazee Lake
(Wisconsin, USA)
350 Wazee Lake Message Forums Wazee Lake is a 146-acre lake east of Black River Falls, Jackson County, in the Mississippi-Chippewa Rivers Region of Wisconsin. The lake is the deepest lake in the state, with a maximum depth of approximately 350 feet. The lake was originally used as a quarry for taconite (low-grade iron ore) mining. ...
Lake Wissota
(Wisconsin, USA)
76 Also known as: Wissota Lake
If you are a Titanic (the movie) fan, you might remember Jack Dawson saying that he grew up in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. He also mentioned that he used to fish on Lake Wissota when he was young. The problem with that statement is that the Titanic sank in 1912, and construction didn't begin on Lake ...
Lake Pepin
(Minnesota, USA / Wisconsin, USA)
60 Lake Pepin Pictures Lake Pepin is the largest lake on the Mississippi River, formed about 9,500 years ago by the backup of water behind sediments where the Chippewa River empties into the Mighty Mississippi. Lake Pepin occupies a 28-mile portion of the border between Minnesota and Wisconsin. This glacial lake once extended ...
Lake Arbutus
(Wisconsin, USA)
50 Lake Arbutus Message Forums Nestled in the northwest corner of the Black River State Forest near scenic Hatfield, Wisconsin, 839-acre Lake Arbutus offers visitors and residents excellent opportunities for fishing and recreation. Located in both Clark and Jackson counties, the lake spans the border between the Mississippi-Chippewa ...
Lake Onalaska
(Minnesota, USA / Wisconsin, USA)
43 Lake Onalaska Pictures Lake Onalaska is a popular year-round recreation destination on the upper Mississippi River, located between La Crosse, Wisconsin and La Crescent, Minnesota. When Thomas G. Rowe stood on a Wisconsin bluff overlooking the Mississippi River into Minnesota in 1851, a line from Thomas Campbell's 1799 poem ...
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