Lake Mason has 855 surface acres and attached to the south end of Lake Mason by a channel is Amey Pond. Amey Pond is operated as a waterfowl refuge by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and Ducks Unlimited, making for some excellent bird watching and hunting opportunities.
The lake offers quality fishing for Northern Pike, Tiger Muskie, Large Mouth Bass, Walleye, and a wide variety of panfish. Lake Mason is known for its excellent pan fishing through the ice. Big Spring Creek helps fill Lake Mason and is a Class 1 trout stream above the dam.
Mason Lake is in idyllic Briggsville WI, and only fifteen minutes from the Wisconsin Dells, where you will surely find many excellent restaurants, waterparks and entertainment for all on those rainy days.
A couple of Mason Lake reviews:
This is the best lake by far if you are looking for a lot of bluegill through the ice.- Cade from Hustisford, Wisconsin
Good northern and musky fishing if you know where to go. Lots of panfish to be caught. Very fun. - Chuck from Sauk City, Wisconsin
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