Norrie Lake is home to Panfish, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike and Walleye. A public ramp for boat access is located on the south side of the lake. A swimming beach and park is located on the north side. Norrie is also part of the Eastern Marathon County Lake Project and is situated on the Mountain Bay Trail. To see a map and survey of the lake, click here.
The annual Norrie Lake Fisheree is a fundraising and fishing event held the third Saturday every February. Registration starts at 8AM for the chance to earn cash prizes for the largest fish of each species caught on Norrie Lake that day. Each year, over $1000 in prize money is given away. Concessions, games and other fun activities are also provided by the Norrie Sportsman Club. For more information about the Fisheree, including rules and regulations, CLICK HERE! 2021 FISHEREE CANCELED DUE TO COVID-19.
The Norrie Sportsman Club is a non-profit organization based in Norrie, Wisconsin. It's members are outdoor enthusiasts who raise funds to help improve fish populations and habitats in Eastern Marathon County. Maintaining healthy and productive lakes creates better fishing conditions for all who use them. A majority of the club's funding comes from the annual Norrie Lake Fisheree, hosted the third Saturday in February. All proceeds go towards replenishing fish populations and habitat improvements. In 2017, members released over 1250 walleyes in Norrie Lake. In 2018, over 2500 yellow perch were released in addition to habitat improvements completed through the WI DNR's Fish Sticks project. Every year the club gives back to the fishing community. Through their continual efforts and your support, Norrie Lake remains a viable fishing lake.