Of course,you could try to interest a sportsman's organization to fund a boat ramp, but that may be as successful as waiting for the DNR.
North lake, Wauk. Cty. Boat launch, WHATS THE HANGUP?
Well put it together. Im not gonna argue cuz I have acess to here if I want it... but debts and no acess to the purchased land. They go hand in hand. I dont care if im believed I was just trying to let you guys know what the word is. Not everything is made public knowledge.
The "public" is launching every day.....does every launch have to be the same? Beaver is a carry in only, Lowes you carry in or kayak up the river, many others have huge paved launches. Don't get the vitriol spewed about this topic... The DNR bought land that they don't have a road to get to, if my old posts are on here you'd see i said that when they were buying it -- surprise they couldn't do it. All this was predictable and many people did predict it. It is true that if the people affected didn't have the money to call the DNR on this it would have happened. The DNR has been forced to revise their process in how they grant themselves permits to be the same as anyone else as a result. No reason to hate on these people.
Hmmm....not sure about where this personal info came from. There is no end in sight. No clue what you mean by debts but that's not an issue with it at all. It's a complicated transaction being proposed and involves 6+ entities. 2 years+ once there's an agreement and there isn't one as of today.
The launch by the river in town has 5 to 15 boats parked in it every day. Not hard to launch down the river...won't take a bass boat but a typical 16ft fishing boat or less is easy. May need to get wet... Technically that launch is not legal. If all the rich aholes on the lake are so connected and jerky they'd shut that down.
If you don't know how to launch down that river go on a saturday AM and watch and/or ask for help.