December 10th meeting will be held at the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center, which is just west of Ashland. Our main speakers will be Bill Bussey and Roger Aiken from the Chequamegon Chapter of Citizens Climate Lobby.
Scott Toshner will also show us about an online tool called Fish Viz.
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Scott Toshner, WDNR fishery biologist will discuss the brown trout fishery on the White River. The meeting will be held at the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center west of Ashland, WI.
Our Chapter will clean up litter along Highway H on Saturday Oct. 11th. Meet at Noon at the Delta Diner and after some carb loading we will begin.
Our October meeting will be held at the Delta Diner, which is South of Iron River on County H. Dinner is at 5:30 pm and the meeting will start at 7:00 pm. Our speaker will be Author Dennis LaBare, who has written books on bird hunting and trout fishing.
As inland trout season winds down, my friend Marion and I got out our float tubes and went to a remote lake with walk in access only. The photo is one of 6 fish I caught on Saturday Sept 27th. This 9 inch Brook Trout was interested in my dry fly. I used streamers with a sink tip line for a... [ READ MORE... ]
At least one person from each chapter should attend the next all-council meeting. The meeting will be held at the Riversbend Steak & Seafood Restaurant, 792 Riverview Dr., Green Bay, WI.
Remember to call Henry Koltz to make your food reservation, his number is 414-258-4300
The past couple of days I have been fishing Weber Lake in Iron County. This rainbow hit a Parachute Adams just before sunset. Surface temp is 58 degrees and a lot of fish are loading up on food on top.
Service for Father Gary Bernhardt at 6:30 pm, Holy Family Church in Bayfield Wis. Fr. Gary was a member of our Wild Rivers Chapter and our members are invited to the service.
The Namekagon River Partnership is hosting a discussion on the scenic river at Lakewoods. All interested parties are invited to attend and participate in the round table discussions.
Volunteers are needed to search waterways for invasive species. After receiving a brief identification training, teams of participants wil disperse to rivers to look for species of concern. Dedicated local partners statewide, such as Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance, St. Croix River Association, Upper... [ READ MORE... ]