Have at it Mingus, electrics and outboard are both allowed.
Can you use an electric trolling motor on a boat or canoe on Beaver Lake? I know there is a long list from the Village of Chenequa with what you can’t do, I don’t recall if using an electric trolling motor was one of them. I still laugh when I think about the “no wake” sign at the carry in boat launch when the water was high a few years ago.
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What did the rich lady from Pine say to her maid? Don’t associate with the servants from Beaver. Your better then they are.
Things haven’t changed that much since that statement was made
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So...this is technically not a fishing report but I am responding to one. And I will private message in the future. So Stitzo...this is Jill, not Jack, and I am not sure why you felt the need to attack my credibility. I am actually grew up in Oconomowoc by the way as if that makes a difference. How about some facts....Chenequa has an illegal parking ordinance which results in fishing folk getting tickets. You legally cannot ban all parking on all streets by a sign at the city boundary. If the people of Chenequa want no parking, then they have to notify people about this legally and quit making fishing folk pay illegal tickets. The people who want to access Beaver Lake see a village street, with a village street sign and parking space along the side of the road, with no restrictive signs and think they can park there. I asked the city attorney ...why don't you just put a no parking sign on the street instead of illegally ticketing unsuspecting fishing folk....the response? we don't want to. If Chenequa had said...Oh, sure we will put up a no parking sign...then that would have been the end of it. And making money?? This lawsuit against Chenequa is costing me hundreds of dollars. When I talked to some of my friends about this case, they laughed and said I will have to fight this "little" case all the way to the Supreme court to win because of the politics...Maybe. But just maybe someone will actually read the law and do the right thing. Landowners and fishing folk can coexist.