[sam_pro id=”0_1″ codes=”true”]

[vc_images_carousel images=”12292,12293,12294″ img_size=”full” autoplay=”yes” wrap=”yes”]

Fishing In and Around Marshfield

Even without a major body of water, there are still places to throw a fishing line in the Marshfield area. Spend a pleasant afternoon testing your luck in one of these locations during Wisconsin’s beautiful summer. Practice catch and release to preserve these fishing holes.

Wildwood Zoo Upper Pond

608 W 17th St.
South Side of Marshfield
This expansive pond is home to the annual Lions Fishing Contest every year during Dairyfest. Choose a spot along the rocky shore or fish from the large pier near the observation tower.

Hamus Nature Preserve & Recreation Area

201 Wilderness View Drive
North Side of Marshfield
Enjoy fishing in the Windmill Pond in this 32-acre nature preserve full of walking trails, flowers, picnic tables, and shelter. A handicap-accessible fishing pier is available.

North Wood County Park

7500 Park Ln, Arpin
Minutes South of Marshfield
Spot fish lounging by the shore of the Yellow River in this picturesque county park, a favorite for camping and other recreational activities.

Recreation News

Bicycle Discount Program in Marshfield

Explore Marshfield - Bicycle Discount Not only is bicycling a great form of fun and exercise, now cyclists in Marshfield can enjoy special discounts and...

[sam_pro id=”0_2″ codes=”true”]

[sam_pro id=”0_3″ codes=”true”]