LAKE JOANIS STAT SHEET

26 Acres
Approx. 20 Feet Deep
Species Found There:
Northern
LM Bass
Walleye
Perch
Bluegills
Crappies
Catfish

Muskie

The location of this lake is quite interesting. It is located only a half mile northeast of the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point. It is located in Schmeekle Reserve.

Contacts

Jeremy at jb5481@hotmail.com

Comments

(02/13/2003)Ah, lake Joanis, my home. Lake Joanis is like a doughnut, with a island in the middle. I have now fished the lake for all 4 of my years at UWSP. Here's the skinny on Joanis. If your after good sized gills go somewhere else cause there not here in good number. The predatory species are mostly small, with some absolute monsters of each species in there. The most useful aspect of Joanis is wintertime crappies. You can usually go out and catch yourself a meal pretty easily- sometimes. Night fishing tends to work best for them later on in the season. If you do get on the crappies there, keep within reason, their population is not inexhaustable.

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Crappie caught in Jan 2000, also Brandon with a nice Bass, Jan 2001


Fishing Tournament 2/01, Also average Joanis gill.


Nice 13.5 in crappie, and also a successful crappie fishing outing (2/01)

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