My Two Cents: I can understand keeping a honey hole secret since the relaxing part of fishing is lost when you are 'battle fishing'. If someone posts that the salmon are running or the fish are in a feeding frenzy then I will have 3 or 4 people fishing at my elbow or fishing over me. It is nice when fellow fishermen respect personal space and the 'first one in a spot' unwritten courtesy.
Lake-Link is not the best place to find out if the fish are biting. It is a great place for novices to learn the hows and why of fishing. It is also really nice to hear from Powerman about pump status and new parking rules. I feel Lake-Link is a place where you can be good sportsmen and help others.
I will happily answer questions about my experience with best baits, presentation, best rigs, general questions about how to preserve the fishery, and definitely about good sportsmanship. I do this because it was done for me when I first moved to Wisconsin 14 years ago. I hesitate to answer questions about how the fish are biting. I hesitate to give GPS coordinates to one of my favorite fishing spots. I had to find my favorite fishing spots around lake Michigan with a little Google Earth searching and a lot of driving. I respect the hunt for a good place to fish enough to tell others to do the same.
When I post a picture of a beautiful fish I caught I indicate I caught it 'in lake Michigan'.
Alternative Fishing Hole: 8400 5th Avenue Oak Creek Wisconsin - its a bit of a walk to the water but it is 'in lake Michigan'.