From the President's Desk
By Sue Guenther
I’ve been hearing reports and seen some photos of large walleye caught through the ice. Great job! Enjoy all our wonderful fishery has to offer…just be careful out there as our temperatures keep going up and down.
Here it is almost March. We got a bit of a late start on our signups for the Sport and Travel Expo. We need a lot of volunteers to help us. Setup starts at 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, March 7th. Anyone who can help, please join us on that day. If you stop by the club for a Fish Fry, you can sign up on the boards that are in the entry hall. Setup continues on Thursday morning at 8:30 a.m. and ends when the show begins at noon. We also need help on door security, at the club booth, and at the trout pond. This is a great opportunity to see the show and also help your club. On Sunday, March 25th we will need help for tear down and setting the pond up at the club for our Special People fishing.
On March 24th we will host another meat raffle. It’s great fun for the evening. Tickets are $5 presale and $8 at the door.
April 12th will be the State of the Lake meeting. Mark your calendar so you can come and hear the latest on the condition of the lake and our fishery.
Watch the Fishline and the website to see who our speakers will be in the coming months. Our sponsors are sending in product and their representatives to talk about fishing techniques. I’m going to run for now.
Until next month…be safe out there!