With the cooler weather in fall, it is the perfect time to try your luck at catching the elusive Muskie. The water is cooler, most of the pleasure craft have been stored for the winter and Muskie can be found in deep or shallow parts of the lake. There’s a good chance you’ll find a […]
As the area’s largest, Pewaukee Lake is a hub of activity for the community during the spring and summer months. The Potawatomi gave this beautiful, spring-fed lake its original name, Pewaukee-wee-ning, meaning “Lake of Shells,” because of the large quantities of shells along her shores. Today, the bounty of fish in Pewaukee makes it a celebrated fishing destination, and its 2,500 acres a recreational playground for sailing, power boating, jet skiing and water skiing.