Lake Kushaqua

One of the few places to go after the tricky walleye. Also rock bass and lake trout allowed, making Lake Kushaqua's remote location well worth seeking out.

Access: Circled by Kushaqua-Mud Pond Road, which is a seasonal road that is not plowed. Walk in or snowmobile to the lake.

Species: Northern pike, yellow perch, pumpkinseed, smelt, walleye, rock bass, lake trout

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This clinic is designed to help you improve your body and boat control, develop skills in reading the river, and ways to be more safety conscious in moving water. Hosted by St. Regis Canoe...
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Join the VIC’s Certified Interpretive Guides for a paddle to explore the living landscape of Barnum Pond from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. This two-hour program starts with a brief walk to our dock...

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