HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
Still Makin' Ice on Otter Lake... WoooHooo!!!!
NEXT Booster Club Meeting - Tuesday, January 14, 2014, 7pm @ Dany & Judy Liske's
2014 Free Youth Ice Fishing Contest Poster [Click Here]
Club News: 32nd Annual Chicken Dinner a HUGE SUCCESS!
The Board of Directors changes were:
JULY 8th- I receive great compliments from folks at the South Landing about the new dock the Sportsman's Club put in. I also think I have solved the collapsing garbage bag problem with the garbage barrel. Thanks to Pete Rudawski who donated giant rubberbands to hold the top of the bags.. Hopefully this will do the job.
Email me [otterlakemike
@gmail.com] with your fishing report on Otter Lake!
Good Luck Fishing & TIGHT LINES TO ALL, OtterLakeMike
April 2, 2013 Results of the resolution (25 pan fish daily bag limit with no more than 10 bluegill included) proposed by Mike Olin and the booster club are in.
The resolution passed 32 to 20. You can view the results of all the resolutions voted on by going to the DNR link under our Links tab and then searching Conservation Congress. There was also a question voted on pertaining to a bag limit change on Miller Dam Flowage that passed. There were 64 attendees at this voting session. An explanation of the process of adopting resolutions and changes is also available on that site along with dates of other meetings and much more.
February 19th at 7pm - Eau Claire DNR Office (1300 W Clairemont Ave)
About 20 sportsmen attend the meeting with Otter Lake represented by Dany Liske, Gary Fritz, John Lappley, Don Weggen & Mike Olin. Al Brown was also in attendance. Heath Benike ran the meeting & gave a short powerpoint presentation. Some of the interesting facts he presented were:
* Bluegil Avg. caught 6" - harvested Avg. 8"
* Crappie Avg. caught 8" - harvested Avg. 11"
* Perch Avg. caught 7" - harvested Avg. 10"
Benike stated this shows that the top end of the panfish population is being harvested every year.
Four lakes are already at a 10 panfish bag limit at this time: Long Lake (Chippewa Cty), Altoona, Tainter, Menomin & all water in St. Croix Cty. There was much discussion and questions on the problems facing the panfish population. Any changes to regulations take 3 years to initiate & get approved weither presented by independent residents, clubs or even the DNR themselfs. This means that the soonest any new regulation would go into effect would be 2016.
The attendees filled out a survey that will be a huge part in determining what happens in Wisconsin. You can access the survey & fill it out by going to the following web site:
For more information or to voice your opinion or concerns you can contact:
Another crew of club members chipped up the brush that was created previously.
Thanks for your help guys.(Gary F., Terry H., Ron B., Don W. & Mike O.) The chipper worked great and it all looks very nice.
Click here for photos / 10/16/12
A crew of club members cleared several areas for shore fishing from public access area on the lake. Some pathway access will still be done. Enjoy.
Thank you to the crew of Gary Fritz, Terry Hughes, John Goodman, Ron Bowe, Herb Jepson, Hughes, Don Amundson & Mike Olin. 10/4/12 / Click here for photos
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* Booster Club Meeting - Tuesday, January 14, 2014, 7pm @ Dany & Judy Liske's
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