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Lake Wawasee

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PATRICK J. PFEFFERKORN 
Broker, ABR
Direct Line: (574) 269-3801
Toll Free: (800) 834-1066 
E-mail:
patrickp@remax.net
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929 East Center Street
Warsaw, IN 46580

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Lake Wawasee
Lake Wawasee

Syracuse Lake
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Lake Wawasee

Lake Data

Acres:  3060

Maximum Depth:  77 feet

Thermocline:

            24 to 38 feet (Western Basin)

            14 to 28 feet (Eastern Basin)

Fish Population:

Bluegill, yellow perch, largemouth bass, black crappie, pumpkinseed, redear, emerald shiner, long-nose gar, lake chubsucker, longear, brook silverside, brown bullhead, yellow bullhead, warmouth, spotted gar, rock bass, northern pike, bowfin, golden shiner, smallmouth bass, grass pickerel, green sunfish, bluntnose minnow, branded killifish and carp.

Aquatic Vegetation:

Emergent cattail, spatterdock, water lily, arrowhead, arrow arum, water martweed, spiked lossestrife, swamp loosestrife, softstem bulrush

Submergent milfoil, coontail, leafy pondweed, largeleaf pondweed

Bottom Types:

            Gravel, sand and muck

Best Fishing:

Bluegill, yellow perch, largemouth bass, crappie, pumpkinseed, redear, rock bass and northern pike

Syracuse Lake

Lake Data

Acres: 414

Maximum Depth:  34 feet

Thermocline:

            18 to 28 feet

 Fish Population:

Bluegill, redear, black crappie, borwn bullheads, largemouth bass, longnose gar, yellow perch, lake chubsucker, yellow bullhead, northern pike, longear, grass pickerel, warmouth, green sunfish, central mudminnow, golden shiner, bowfin, brook silverside, carp and branded killifish.

 Aquatic Vegetation:

Emergent – catttail, spatterdock, water lily, arrowhead, purple loosestrife, swamp loosestrife, softstem bulrush

Submergent – milfoil, coontail, curlyleaf pondweed, clasping leaf pondweed

 Bottom Types:

            Sand, muck, clay

 Best Fishing:

Bluegill, redear, crappie, largemouth bass, northern pike and catfish