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Amey Pond Wildlife Refuge Area

Amey Pond Wildlife Refuge is located in New Haven Township, which is the southeast corner of Adams County, Central Wisconsin, just north of Columbia County and West of Marquette County.  It consists of 100% of the land around Amey Pond which is 56 acres of water owned by the State of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.  There’s a little creek about 2 city blocks long that link Mason Lake and the pond together.  Just like Mason Lake, it has Northern Pike, Largemouth Bass, Panfish and possibly some Walleye with a maximum depth of about 7 feet.   According to a posted WI DNR sign, there is: “#1. No Waterfowl Hunting at any time and #2.  No Entry September 1st to December 31st.  This area provides habitat for a variety of Wisconsin Waterfowl including: Mallard Ducks, Wood Ducks, Coots, Pelicans, Geese and more…  Sign Reads: "Amey Pond Fish and Wildlife Management Area in Cooperation with: Ducks Unlimited and Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources"

Amey Pond Fish and Wildlife Management Area

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  • Mason Lake
  • Neenah Creek - Trout Stream
  • Big Slough
  • Burns Cove
  • Jordan Lake
  • Widow Green Creek
  • Mud Lake
  • Weeting Lake
  • Corning Lake
  • Gulch Creek

Ducks Unlimited

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Related Links
http://www.nhlt.org/page.asp?page=ameypondwildliferefuge
http://dnr.wi.gov/about/nrb/2012/April/04-12-3B13.pdf

Amey Pond Wildlife Area