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Location: Trego, Wis.
Generating Capacity: 1.2 megawatts
Type of Operation: Run-of-the-river
The Trego dam was built in 1927 and refurbished in 1980 with repairs to the powerhouse, spillway and piers. It is located on the Namekagon River about eight miles north of Spooner in western Washburn County.
The dam creates Trego Lake, a six-mile-long, 470-acre impoundment only half-mile across at its widest point. The steep banks of the lake are rimmed by stands of jack pine and aspen, with many private cabins among trees.
Fishing is popular with the residents and vacationers who visit the resorts along the lake. However, recreational use of Trego Lake is light since many people are drawn to the larger lakes nearby. As a result, Trego Lake tends to be a peaceful, secluded near-wilderness area.