Fish Island (Wisconsin)
Fish Island is an island on the western shore of Lake Michigan in the eastern part of the town of Washington in Door County, Wisconsin. It is two miles (3.2 km) southeast of Rock Island and is under the administration of the U.S. Government. It was named Fish Island because of the abundance of trout in the area.
|Location||Door County, Wisconsin|
|Area||1.50 acres (0.61 ha)|
|Highest elevation||581 ft (177.1 m)|
Two miles south west of Fish Island, is Fisherman Shoal. It is a small sand bar that surfaces when the water level is low. It is not much more than a few acres in size, but is a navigation hazard.
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