Kenosha County (WI) Fishing Reports, Times, Licenses, and Shops

Fish Species Found in Kenosha County Area

Largemouth Bass,  Northern Pike,  Crappie,  Bream/Bluegill,  Bullhead,  Carp,  Perch,  Sunfish,  Walleye,   and 11 more

Bodies of Water in Kenosha County Area

23 Lakes

14 Rivers and Streams

2 Reservoirs

3 other

Kenosha County (WI) Fishing Spots

Barber Pond 20.3 miles
Barnes Creek 8.4 miles
Benet Lake 21.3 miles
Benet Lake 21.5 miles
Brighton Creek 18.9 miles
Dead Lake 13.9 miles
Deer Lake 20 miles
George Lake 19.5 miles
Grandwood Lake 20.9 miles
Hastings Creek 19.2 miles
Hastings Lake 21.6 miles
Hoods Creek 17.8 miles
Huntley Lake 20.2 miles
Jerome Creek 14.2 miles
Kellogg Creek 10.1 miles
Lake Linden Dam 21.6 miles
Lake Potomac 20.9 miles
Lake Shangrila 21.5 miles
Lakefront Bait 16.5 miles
Mill Creek 17.3 miles
Mud Lake 19.8 miles
North Mill Creek 17.3 miles
Paasch Lake 20.3 miles
Perch-Jackers 21.3 miles
Pettibone Creek 19.9 miles
Pike Creek 8.3 miles
Pike Creek 12.6 miles
Pike River 8.6 miles
Racine Reef 12 miles
Root River 15.3 miles
Root River 13.1 miles
Runaway Bay 9 miles
Salem Branch 20.6 miles
Salmon Stop 17.6 miles
Sand Pond 10.5 miles
Sterling Lake 15.7 miles
Sunderland Creek 18.6 miles
Waterford Lake 21.1 miles
Waukegan Harbor 16.4 miles
Waukegan River 16.9 miles
White Lake Dam 20.9 miles
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Wisconsin Fishing Licenses

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About Kenosha County (WI) Fishing

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