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Lakes: Cisco Chain of Lakes

The Cisco Chain of Lakes is a renowned Midwest destination for fishing, boating and other outdoor activities. 

The famous chain is made up of 15 lakes with over 270 miles of scenic shoreline and is one of the largest chain of lakes in the world. Access to many of the lakes is made possible by restricting the flow of water at the Cisco Dam from which the Cisco Branch emanates.

Spring-fed waters offer excellent fishing for Walleye, Northern Pike, Muskies, Bass and Panfish. The current state record Muskie was caught in Thousand Island Lake in 1980.