Bob McMahon

Bob moved to the Northwood’s in 1981 when he and his wife Kyle bought a bar/restaurant in the St. Germain area. After three years, his first of two daughters was born. He left the bar business and went to work for Reinhart Foods. At Reinhart he sold food and equipment to bars and restaurants in Vilas, Oneida, and Iron County for 12 years. From there he went to work for Fahrner Asphalt Sealers for 21 years. Here he worked with counties and townships developing plans and doing road projects. His area included Price, Iron, Vilas, Oneida, Florence, Forest, and part of Oconto County. Because of his past experience, he knows the surrounding area very well. Bob enjoys the outdoors and is a hunting, trapping, and archery education instructor.

Bob’s wife Kyle works for the Northland Pines School district and is assistant curator at the Three Lakes Museum. He has fished the Monday night Eagle River musky league and also the Three Lakes Wednesday night musky league. Even though Bob has fished and placed in several local musky tournaments he prefers to fish walleyes and pan fish in the local lakes. His other hobbies include gardening, camping, picking wild mushrooms, and raising honey bees. Give Bob a call and let him help you sell or find a home in the North woods so that you can enjoy it as much as he and his family