Conservation

The Upper Wolf River Basin

The Upper Wolf River Fishery Area is comprised of many DNR owned properties along the Wolf River in Langlade County. About 95 percent of the Wolf River watershed is wooded and wild. The Wolf River in Langlade County is classified as an Outstanding Resource Water (ORW).

The origin of the Wolf River is Pine Lake in southern Forest County. Flowing south, the Wolf River crosses eight counties before it enters Lake Poygan in Winnebago County. Five principal tributaries join the Wolf River in Langlade County including Swamp Creek, Pickerel Creek, Hunting River, Lily River, and Ninemile Creek. Numerous small streams also contribute water to the Wolf River.

Interactive Map of Wisconsin’s High Capacity Wells

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Layered Map of Interpolated Precipitation Data for Wisconsin 1980-2014

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Interactive Map of Changes in Annual Baseflow in Wisconsin’s Streams 1984-2014

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