Wi. musky lakes
On the other side of the state, I like Namakagon or if you want quite lakes, Lost Land and Teal would also be a good choice with their 10mph speed limit.
If you just want to catch a few muskies and be on a beautiful lake, try looking for lodging on Wildcat Lake near Boulder Junction. I know there is a nice resort of Big Kitten, which connects to Wildcat. Tons of muskies in there, but I'd say that it isn't known as trophy water, rather it is known as an action lake. Good walleyes and crappies in there, too.
Another good action lake is the Eagle River Chain. Get up there in mid-June and throw topwater on the shorelines, any lake, and you will get fish. Tons of fish in that Chain. And there are more than a few good sized ones in there now, too. Drawback to that is boat traffic during the peak tourist season. Tons of lodging there, too.
Lastly, if you want a good, fun week. Check out Rob Manthei's place in St. Germain. I think it is the St. Germain Lodge and Resort. Then book Rob for a day or two, early in your trip. You will catch some fish, have a great resort and then you can hunt larger fish on Big Saint or Little Saint, or re-fish spots that you fished with Rob.
Good luck to you!