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Boom Lake (WI)

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Fall Styles

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  • A-Rigging
  • Buzz Baiting
  • Carolina Rigging
  • Cast/Retrieve Deep
  • Cast/Retrieve Mid Depth
  • Cast/Retrieve Shallow
  • Chatterbaiting
  • Crankbaiting
  • Dropshot
  • Finesse Fishing
  • Froggin
  • Jerk Baiting
  • Livebait Rigging
  • Ned Rigging
  • Neko Rigging
  • Power Fishing
  • Power Jigging
  • Shaky Head Fishing
  • Spinnerbaits
  • Spybaiting
  • Texas Rigging
  • Top Water
  • Trolling Deep
  • Trolling Mid Depth
  • Trolling Shallow
  • Vertical Jigging Deep
  • Vertical Jigging Mid Depth
  • Vertical Jigging Shallow
  • Wacky Rigging

Lake Details


What you need to know about fishing Boom Lake (WI)

Boom Lake is a 365-acre lake just to the north of Rhinelander that reaches a maximum depth of 30 ft. The main boat launch, Hodag Park, is located on the southern end of the flowage and provides excellent fishing opportunities from shore. Popular fish species to target are panfish, muskie, bass, and walleye. Many different structure types provide great cover for fish to locate on. From steep banks, submerged islands, lily pad filled bays, and man-made fish cribs, keying in on what fish are relating to that day will help you put numbers in the boat. In the main lake portion, smallmouth can be found near rock bluffs and points with steep drop-offs. Largemouth are often in the shallower bays near submerged vegetation and protected shorelines close to deep water. As you move farther up the river, look for current breaks and protected bays to increase your chances of catching a muskie. There are also submerged stumps along the east side of the river channel that make great ambushing points for predatory fish. Common colors that work well are chartreuse, orange, and purple due to lower water clarity. Max Depth: 30 ft

Waterbody Type




Surface Area

7.78 sq. km

Avg. Depth

0 ft.

Species Present

Walleye, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Muskie, Panfish / Bluegill, Northern Pike

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    A-RiggingBuzz BaitingCarolina RiggingCast/Retrieve DeepCast/Retrieve Mid DepthCast/Retrieve ShallowChatterbaitingCrankbaitingDropshotFinesse FishingFrogginJerk BaitingLivebait RiggingNed RiggingNeko RiggingPower FishingPower JiggingShaky Head FishingSpinnerbaitsSpybaitingTexas RiggingTop WaterTrolling DeepTrolling Mid DepthTrolling ShallowVertical Jigging DeepVertical Jigging Mid DepthVertical Jigging ShallowWacky Rigging

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