Bony, Birch, Robinson, and Pickerel Lakes (Barnes, WI)

Bony Lake 

This 191-acre lake is part of the Eau Claire Chain of Lakes.  (A small channel connects it to Middle Eau Claire Lake.)  It has a shoreline of 2.73 miles, a maximum depth of 55 feet, and Secchi disk readings of around 21 feet.  In it, you’ll find muskies, northerns, walleyes, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, and panfish.

In general, the lake tends to be quieter than others on the Eau Claire Chain of Lakes.  As you can see from the aerial, Bony Lake has a fair number of homes on it.  Most are in the middle and upper price ranges.

Birch Lake

This 129-acre lake is  is part of the Eau Claire Chain of Lakes.  (A small channel connects it to Upper Eau Claire Lake and Robinson Lake.)  It has a maximum depth of 8 feet.

Robinson Lake

This 91-acre lake has a maximum depth of 36 feet.  It’s connected to the Eau Claire Chain of Lakes via Birch Lake.

In general, Bony Lake, Birch Lake, and Robinson Lake tend to be quieter than others on the Eau Claire Chain of Lakes.  When homes or cabins on this lake do come on the market, they’re usually in the middle and upper price ranges.

Pickerel Lake

This 81-acre lake has a maximum depth of 36 feet.  Pickerel Lake is near the Eau Claire Chain of Lakes, but not actually connected to any of them.


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