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  • Green Lake — also known as Big Green Lake — is a lake in Green Lake County, Wisconsin, United States. The lake has a maximum depth of 237 feet, making it the deepest natural inland lake in Wisconsin. The lake covers 7,346 acres, has 29.3 miles of shoreline and has an average depth of 100 feet. Many large, wooden hotels and one short-lived casino populated the north shore during the late 19th century in the city of Green Lake, but most have burnt down. There are three golf courses in Green Lake - Tuscumbia, Mascoutin, and Lawsonia. Big Green Lake is known for its fishing. Fish found in Big Green Lake include northern pike, largemouth bass, muskellunge, crappie, walleye, smallmouth bass, channel catfish, white bass, perch, rock bass and cisco and lake trout. The Wisconsin inland lake record lake trout was caught on Big Green Lake by Joseph Gotz on June 1, 1957 and weighed 35 lb 4 oz The Wisconsin record cisco was caught on Big Green on June 12, 1969 by Joe Miller and weighed 4 lb 10.5 oz The sources of Green Lake's water, in approximate percentages, are: direct precipitation, 51%; surface water, 41%; ground water, 8%. Wikipedia

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