Casey Creek Flowage

January 9, 2024

Casey Creek Flowage is a beautiful flowage located in Washburn County, spanning across an impressive 36 acres of waters. This hidden gem is characterized by its shallow depth of 6 feet, making it an ideal habitat for avid anglers to target Northern Pike. The lake’s bottom composition predominantly consists of 99% muck, providing a unique and slightly challenging fishing experience. With its serene surroundings and secluded location, Casey Creek Flowage promises a peaceful and fulfilling fishing adventure for those seeking the thrill of landing a Northern Pike in a picturesque setting.

Casey Creek Flowage Facts

Type flowage
Size 36 ACRES
Depth 6 feet
County Washburn
Bottom 0% sand, 0% gravel, 0% rock, 99% muck
Fish Northern Pike

Casey Creek Flowage Location


Mike has been coming up or living in the Northwoods since his childhood.
He is also an avid outdoorsman, writer and supper club aficionado.

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