Situated on the shores of Pokegama Lake and nestled in Wisconsin’s Northwoods, the Lake of the Torches Resort Casino has a feel of a classic Northern retreat and reflects its Ojibwe culture and heritage. The casino has over 800 slot machines (including a non-smoking area), blackjack and poker tables, craps, roulette, Super Spots (a Keno-like game) a high-stakes Bingo Hall seating up to 500 persons, the Woody’s Bar and Grill and the Eagle’s Nest Restaurant. The hotel has 101 well-appointed rooms, the Dancing Waters Lounge and the Woodland Oasis pool area. The 8,500 square-foot Convention Center with the Hall of Nations offers an outstanding venue for entertainment, receptions, trade shows, meetings, presentations and seminars. Play more than 140 games, including Table Games and Poker.
Come celebrate Ojibwe culture & history in Lac du Flambeau. The museum celebrates culture with a four seasons diorama and other exhibits including a 24-foot Ojibwe dugout canoe, smaller birch-bark canoes, Ojibwe arts and crafts, traditional clothing, a French fur trading post, and a world-record sturgeon taken from one of Flambeau’s many beautiful lakes. Year-round programs and classes are available as well as other special events.
A Northwoods tradition since 1951. In the summers, along the shore of Long Interlaken Lake, the Lac du Flambeau Band of Ojibwe gather to celebrate life, to dance and sing, and to laugh and remember. We invite you to join in our celebration, to share our culture and learn of our rich history. Our hope is that as the sun sets you will say, “Waswaaganing Indizhaa!” (I’m going to Lac du Flambeau.)
The Lac du Flambeau Fish Hatchery was established in 1936. It is located on Pokegema Lake on Highway 47. The emphasis is on raising walleye and musky to stock in reservation lakes that are open for public fishing. Both lake and well water is used to control temperatures for year round production.
Fish eggs are harvested from local lakes and hatched in incubators. Some of the fry hatched are put back into area lakes and some are raised to fingerling size and then released. The fish culture program raises all fish necessary for stocking reservation waters. Since 1960 the hatchery has raised nearly 600 million walleye fry, three million walleye fingerlings, two and a half million muskellunge fry and just over one hundred and twenty-five thousand muskellunge fingerlings.
The original structure was recently replaced with a new state-of-the-art facility that doubles fish production.
*THERE IS NO FISHING FOR TROUT PONDS THIS YEAR*
Group tours can be arranged by calling ahead for an appointment at (715) 588-4160.