Cable, WI has a lot of spectacular lakes… which means some pretty terrific fishing spots. Diamond Lake is no exception! Take a look at some of the fishing details for Diamond Lake in Bayfield County, WI.
Where is Diamond Lake?
Diamond Lake is located in Bayfield County, about 10 miles northeast of Cable in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. It is reachable via Forest Road 212.
What Are the Features of Diamond Lake?
Diamond Lake spans 322 acres and reaches a max depth of 83 feet. In addition to a quiet residential community and a lake association, Diamond Lake features a boat ramp and two public parks.
Most common fishing catches at Diamond Lake include panfish and trout. Largemouth and smallmouth bass, northern pike, walleye, and bluegill are also present, though not as common.
Fishing Details for Northwestern Wisconsin
If you’re planning on doing some fishing, remember that a license is required for anyone who will be fishing. Rates vary based on location and time. Stop by a local sporting goods store before you head out to the lake—they have licenses for sale, as well as maps and bait. They can also give you advice and tips specific to different lakes in the area.
Don’t just fish one of our lakes… fish them all! Around Cable, there are over 900 named bodies of water, home to over 20 species of fish! Lake Namekagon is the largest in the area and is known for its trophy musky, as well as its walleye. Its sister lake, Owen, is a world-class smallmouth bass lake. There are also over 70 rivers and streams for fly fishing, as well as several quieter, smaller, or non-motorized lakes.
Ready to Come Have Some Fun in Cable?
If you’re thinking of buying a vacation home or relocating to the Cable area, then it’s time to contact McKinney Realty. We’re here to help you explore the area, discover its unique lakes and neighborhoods, and find the perfect place for your home.