Would like to find a lake map of Green Lake in the Princeton Area. I looked on the lake map page but did not see it there. How could I get a copy of this and can someone tell me where the access is located?
There are 2 accesses on green lake...one on the north end and one on the north east corner. The one on the north end can be gotten to by turning right on the first road past the place that sells propane(not sure what it is called)and the other one by turning right on the road at the top of the big hill just a little past the first turn.....both are from coming from princeton off of 95. As far as a map is concerned i don't know where to get one but there are plenty of fish houses out there to give you some idea. I know the lake pretty well just by memory What area or structure are you looking for? Sorry i just saw webdude posted the map for you!
Thanks Mallard,I am looking to do Crappie and Walleye fishing. It sounds like you are familiar with the lake, are there any areas that I need to be concerned with as far as springs,open water or thin ice? I have never been to this lake and just started ice fishing a few years ago (wish I would have got an earlier start!)
There are some springs and two rivers that enter the lake and one that exits the lake....once you get 30 yards from shore there is no need to worry about the springs and they are located near the point one the n.e. corner and one of the rivers(not big ones)enters the lake just to the left of the n.e. access and the other is in the n.e.corner after you go around the point. the river that exits the lake is in the s.e.corner of the lake as you are looking from either access. I have been hearing from a friend of mine that has put some hours out there this season that the bite hasn't been good,so i havn't been there this ice season. hope this helps!
Even eminent chartered accountants are known, in their capacity as fishermen, blissfully to ignore differences between seven and ten inches, half a pound and two pounds, three fish and a dozen fish. ~ William Sherwood Fox, Silken Lines and Silver Hooks, 1954