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Pokegema Lake

Pokegema Lake

Exceptional Tribal Resource Water

Acres: 1070

Max Depth: 65

Type: Drainage

County: Vilas

Access: Navigable water - Navigable acccess is provided by the presence of an inlet or outlet stream which furnishes adequate boat access to the lake. A small stream small enough to float a boat does not provide effective navigable access.   

Designated Uses:

  • Fish and Aquatic Life Use 
  • Water Contact Use 
  • Wildlife Use 
  • Wild Rice Use 
  • Water Supply Use 
  • Cool Water Fishery Use 
  • Navigation 

Trophic State: Mesotrophic

Aquatic Invasive Species Present: Rainbow smelt, Chinese mystery snail, Rusty crayfish

Mercury found in fish tissue (Concern)

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Water Quality Assessment Report
Biology
Invasive Aquatic plant
Excellent
Invasive Fish
Good
Invasive Invertebrate
Fair
Invasive Wetland Plant
Excellent
Native Aquatic Planty Community
Excellent
Chemistry
DO
Good
pH
Excellent
Temperature
Excellent
Ionic Strength
Excellent
Suspended Soils
Excellent
Nutrients
Phosphorus
Excellent
Chlorophyll a
Excellent
Lake Level
Lake Level
Habitat
Plants
Excellent
Riparian Zone
Good
Littoral Zone
Good
Bacteria
Bacteria
Excellent
Aesthetics
Oil & Grease
Excellent
Taste & Odor
Turbidity/Color
Excellent
Nuissance Plants
Excellent
Trash/Debris
Good
        

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