Eagle River - Three Lakes Chain
The Three Lakes Chain and Eagle River Chain combined is known as the largest inland fresh-water chain of lakes in the world! Lakes range in size from Lynx Lake at 28 acres to Catfish Lake which has 1012 acres. Search for Homes on the Chain
The northern portion of the chain - Eagle River Chain - encompasses ten lakes that are well-known for Muskie fishing (Muskie rated A2 - Action Waters), Walleye, Perch and Crappie. Also found in the chain are Smallmouth bass, Northern Pike and Panfish. These ten lakes are known as the lower end of the chain because the water level is several feet lower than the Three Lakes (upper end of the chain).
South of the Burnt Rollways Dam (which connects the two chain segments with a boat hoist) the southern portion of the chain - Three Lakes Chain - you'll find 20 more lakes. The Three Lakes Chain is situated East of Highway 45 and North of Highway 8 and the popular small town of Three Lakes is located along the chain's shoreline. This is known as the upper end of the chain due to the higher water level above the dam.
Primary species of fish found here include: Muskie (rated A2 - Action Waters), Walleye, Northern Pike, Crappie and Perch. Also found are Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass, Bluegills, and Rock Bass.
Want to take a tour of the Chain and view all the boathouses, wildlife areas, resorts and fantastic lake properties along the way? There are numerous boat rental options - pontoon boats, fishing boats, or maybe you'd consider a pirateship tour! No matter what your mode of transportation, the Eagle River - Three Lakes Chain of Lakes provide an amazing experience that lure many to call it home.
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