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Pickerel Lake in the town of Cloverland is a 290 acre lake that boasts a plentiful supply of bass, northern, walleye, crappies and other panfish. There is a public boat landing for the lake and as always you are welcome to use the boats we provide.

There is far more to do than just fishing up here. Eagle River/Sayner/Star Lake areas boast many different biking, hiking, and snowmobile trails. The are has developed a well constructed 23 mile bike trail that connects all the major towns in the Northwoods. Be sure to check out Northwoods Biking.  And there are plenty of places nearby to rent a bike and equipment if you choose not to bring your own.  There are also bicycle repair stations located at several spots along the trail system.

Looking to explore the woods with a little more horsepower? The Northwoods is home to many good snowmobile trails. There are 130 miles of trails in and around the area, for hours of fun and exploration. Feel free to check out Up North Snow for a full listing of trails.  Eagle River is also home to the Snowmobile Racing Hall of Fame, and hosts many exciting year round events both on land, water and the snow.

Feel like taking to the air to get an immersed, birds-eye view of the Northwoods? Then give the Northwoods Zip Line a go! With 9 zip lines and 6 adventure bridges it's bound to satiate ones curiosity for nature and thrill all in one trip.

If taking to the skies or trails aren't your thing, why not take to the water? For a "back in time" adventure, Little Lakes Canoe Restoration and Guide Service is a fantastic way to find your family's new secret fishing spot or get a photo all of your friends will be jealous of for years to come. Former professional fisherman Marty Clausen is also an excellent fishing guide on area lakes.

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