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Lake Wingra

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  1. The smallest of the Madison chain of lakes. It is a no wake lake and only allows motors during the week. The lake is famous for its Musky fishing, sailing and paddle sports. The Arboretum surrounds most of the lake. Henry Vilas Park and Zoo is located on the northwest shore of the lake. Posted by: strudelwagon on Apr 14, 2008 (3) (0)
  2. Home to local triathletes and outdoor swimmers not wishing to brave the big lakes. Posted by: Bargod101 on Jul 03, 2008 (1) (0)
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Photo of lake Wingra, dome of Capitol Building in the background.
Photo of lake Wingra, dome of Capitol Building in the background.
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A Musky making the annual swim upstream into Lake Wingra.
A Musky making the annual swim upstream into Lake Wingra.
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