Green Lake has always intrigued me.
Though it is just over 60 miles from home, admittedly, I didn’t know much about this body of water.
It’s deep. It’s cold. It has lake trout and lots of people fish it. For a long time, that was the extent of my knowledge.
After some research, I discovered that Green Lake is the deepest natural inland lake in Wisconsin, reaching a depth of 236 feet. This means the water can be quite cold, hence it is a perfect habitat for inland lake trout.Continue reading “A floating history lesson”