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DNR Contacts for East Alaska Lake

Alaska Lake Association [exit DNR]

Tri-Lakes Association [exit DNR]

Tri-Lakes Association (Krohn, E & W Alaska Lakes) [exit DNR]

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East Alaska Lake

Facts & Figures
Name East Alaska Lake
Waterbody ID (WBIC) 94200
Area 50 ACRES
Maximum Depth 50 feet
Mean Depth 17 FEET
Bottom 0% sand, 15% gravel, 0% rock, 85% muck
Waterbody Type lake
Hydrologic Lake Type DRAINED
County Kewaunee
Region NE
Latitude, Longitude 44.5456773, -87.4990785
Contour (Bathymetric) Map Contour Map
Interactive Map Interactive Map
Lake Management
Lake Organizations Alaska Lake Association [exit DNR]
Tri-Lakes Association [exit DNR]
Tri-Lakes Association (Krohn, E & W Alaska Lakes) [exit DNR]
Boat Landings 1
Boating Ordinances ** - See Details
Fish Musky, Panfish, Largemouth Bass and Northern Pike
Public Lands / Parks 1
Lake Health
Invasive Species *
Curly-Leaf Pondweed, Eurasian Water-Milfoil, Yellow Iris
Trophic Status Mesotrophic

* About Invasive Species: Disclaimer: Aquatic invasive species (AIS) records are assigned statuses of "verified", "observed", or "no longer observed" based on AIS Status Guidance. In general, "verified" populations are established and have been verified by a taxonomic expert. Populations with the "observed" status have not been verified by a taxonomic expert or do not have established populations. Populations with the "no longer observed" status include populations where a reproducing population did not establish. Our inventories are not necessarily exhaustive so it is important to report occurrences. To report new discoveries visit: See the Aquatic Invasive Species Guidance for information on how statuses are assigned. Personally identifiable information on data collection forms may be provided to requesters to the extent required by Wisconsin's Open Records Law [ss. 19.31-19.39, Wis. Stats.].

** About Boating Ordinances: Before boating on an unfamiliar Wisconsin waterways check for a sign at the public boat landing to determine if there are local regulations (more restrictive than state law) which may apply on that waterbody. Also be sure to review the document Wisconsin Boating Regulations to learn about statewide regulations. There may be a delay between the time an ordinance is passed and the time it gets into our database. Therefore, the only way to know for sure if a water body has an ordinance in effect is to look for a sign posted at a public boat landing.