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SW Lake Michigan Challenge Series Results now online
Good Morning Everyone!!! Head on over to the resources page and you will find the two new documents we have uploaded. One is the results from the 2nd outing on 6/14 and the other is the standings for the year.
I want to say thank you to all of you who have fished the outings this year so far, and to those who plan on fishing in the future, Welcome! We have seen an increase in participation this year and that's is great to see. We want that to continue growing and we need all of your help!
So, please...invite other members, non-members, and fun fishers to fish the outings. Stay tuned for posts on the other outing dates/times. Don't forget we have food, beer, raffle, and prizes for 1st through 3rd plus world class camaraderie and conversation!
Hi SU Members,
We need help with the weighin! Please contact Craig at email@example.com to schedule a time slot.
Reminder that our next club meeting on July 8 will be held at the Salmon-A-Rama grounds outside the Brew Pub at Reefpoint Marina. Please come by to help setup the grounds about 6 PM. You can sign up to work the food/beverage area and weighin area at this time.
Please check the rules on the resource page. It has the club outing dates, rain (make up) dates, rules, and general information for the year. Questions, please let us know.
This is the annual kids outing. This is a great opportunity to teach the young ones the love of the sport and let them use their muscles at the same time. Fishing starts at 5:00am and goes until 12:00 with boats needing to be in the harbor by 12:30pm. The following rules apply:
Each individual will be allowed to weigh in up to 5 fish, 2 of which can be lake trout.
Prizes/awards will be for the 3 biggest fish of each species.
Unlimited rods however make sure you follow the 3 rods per person DNR rule.
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One individual expressed the belief that alewife are the only reason why yellow perch are not
doing well, despite the fact that alewife abundance is currently at near record lows in Lake
Michigan. This individual suggested managers should stock walleye instead of Chinook salmon
to control alewife populations or overstock salmon to crash the alewife population. READ!
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