Just wondering if anyone would like to share some knowledge about the boji's and spirit lake. Still nothing to fish over her on pool 12, hopefully with this cold spell might get a couple inches on some backwater, but the forecast is not looking good again.
I'm gunna drive out west this coming...
Join us for an evening of entertainment and a great meal all while you help support wetland and waterfowl conservation. The Chain O Lakes Ducks Unlimited Chapter is now making plans for our Annual Banquet. The banquet will take place on Saturday, November 20, 2010 at the Clarmond Country Club on...
Action Alert: Your Emails Needed to Protect Water Quality in Lakes in Iowa
199 Recreational Lakes Omitted from New Water Pollution Rule <http://capwiz.com/iaenvironment/utr/1/DELPLVZWSM/DBLKLWAAZW/4509425541>
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A newly proposed Iowa DNR rule ignores...
New Michigan State Record Great Lakes Muskie Caught in Torch Lake, Near Traverse City
On Sunday, September 27, Kyle Anderson of Rapid City, MI caught this 50-pound 8-ounce Great Lakes muskie. The fish is now the new Michigan state record. It beat the old record, set in 1984, by 2.5 pounds...
Iowa Great Lakes Chapter Ducks Unlimited Annual Banquet
When: Thursday, September 17
Social Hour 5:30-6:30/ Dinner 7:00
Where: The Inn of Okoboji
Ticket Prices are:
DU Membership/Dinner $45
Green Wing Dinner & Membership $20
Youth 14 & under FREE w/ each paying adult...
I was asked by a member to post this article. Hope you find it interesting and informative.
There seems to be quite a bit of misinformation and misunderstanding regarding recent lake and restoration projects in NW Iowa. I thought I'd provide a quick synopsis of what is happening.
The Iowa Department of Natural Resourcesâ€™ fisheries biologists recently completed fish population surveys of lakes at risk from winter kills and found most had less impact than originally feared.
Meyers Lake, in Black Hawk County, and Silver Lake, in Delaware County, each suffered...
Living Lakes Initiative
When French explorers first ventured into the Upper Mississippi region, they witnessed a landscape of free-flowing rivers, thousands of lakes, even more numerous shallow wetlands, expansive forests and breath-taking sandstone bluffs. Native grasses sustained herds of elk...