Located in the northeast corner of Price County, Wisconsin in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest half-way between Minocqua and Fifield off State Highway 70. The Pike Lake Chain of Lakes is a group of four fully navigable drainage lakes and a fifth lake accessible by a short portage.
It has come to our attention that some people are not abiding by the Wisconsin Boating Regulations on our chain. Please review page 17 of the regulations and maintain proper speed and distances. Be sure you understand the definition of no wake and the 100′ and 200′ rules as they apply in different instances. If things don’t improve quickly, we will need to request warden presence or hire someone to patrol the chain and issue tickets to offenders.
I am not able to post a link to the regulations due to its size. Please visit this website:
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Boating Regulations – WI DNR
“Slow, No Wake” means a speed at which a vessel moves as slowly as possible while still maintaining steerage control.
“Slow, No Wake” also means that you slow down 100 feet from first buoy entering no wake zone and remain at that speed until 100 feet after last buoy. You do not increase your speed between buoys!
If you should have a specific complaint about a boater please contact:
Dan Michels ,DNR Warden – Work Cell Phone 715-492-1487
If no answer please leave a message or contact the DNR Tip line (1-800-847-9367) Tip Line – Preferred Method! Immediately logged into computer and warden receives a notification.
Please give a description of boat or PWC with registration number if possible.
Our next Board of Directors meeting will be held ???? at the Pike Lake Fire Hall. Board meetings are open to all members who wish to attend.
A Collection Of Historical Accounts And Photographs of the Pike Lake Chain are now on sale for ONLY $5.00. These books are available at local businesses (Moose Jaw Resort).