I was out at daylight this morning...skeeters were tough even out in the middle of the lake...gone after a little breeze came out. Lots of Swallows in the air enjoying the feast. Make sure you pack a little "Skeeter Dope" in your rig if you go out early.
PRD meeting on September 10th to consider recount...
BIG CEDAR LAKE PROTECTION & REHABILITATION DISTRICT
MEETING OF COMMISSIONERS
Commissioners: Roger E. Walsh, Chairperson; Christopher C. Genthe, Treasurer;
Paul Sacotte, Secretary; Mike Bums; Frank "Buzz" Carr; Brian Krebs, James R. McGath
MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA
Pursuant to the requirements of Wisconsin Statutes Section 19.84 & 33.28, notice is hereby
given that there will be a meeting of the Commissioners of the Big Cedar Lake Protection &
Rehabilitation District on Monday, September 10, 2018 at the District Building, 4480 Gonring
Drive, West Bend, WI at 5:45 p.m. Agenda items for the meeting are:
1. Pledge of Allegiance and Roll Call.
2. Discussion of the Petitions from Troy Zagel and Nicole Gonring for a recount of the votes for
Commissioners of the Big Cedar Lake Protection and Rehabilitation District cast at the election
held at the Annual Meeting of the District on August 29, 2018 at the Town of West Bend Town
3. Consider an Order for Recount of the Election of Commissioners at the 2018 Annual Meeting of
the District held August 29, 2018 at the Town of West Bend Town Hall.
4. If the Commissioners vote to adopt an Order for Recount, then consider an Order Appointing a
Board of Canvassers and providing for the conduct of the recount.
September 6, 2018 /s/ Paul Sacotte
Paul Sacotte, Secretary
MOON PHASE (43%)
71° - 75° F
Was out from 6-11. Fishing was insane! I have never ran into so many bass chasing bait. They were busting everywhere!! Caught and released 42 largemouth!! None of them were huge, but a absolute blast!! The bonus was a huge bluegill that hit a crank bait. Oh and also hooked myself! Still a great day on the lake.
MOON PHASE (75%)
Fished 5:30-8 pm for bluegills tonight. All small fish until about 7:30, then we were able to get 11 keepers. I caught about 6 my friend caught about 5. Got a couple of little bass as a bonus which fought admirably on our bluegill rods. We each got about 15 small gills that were release, but even those fish had good body condition.
Very nice night to be out. Water levels are quite high. Slow No Wake is still on. We drove 3.5 mph and that kept us from making a wake. Several pontoon boats were driving more quickly and made enough of a wake to rock our boat a few times near sunset. I'm not sure why they were ignoring the SNW rule.
Overall, a very nice trip after work.
Saw it posted about the high water , anyone that's heading out there, keep eyes open for anyone not following the no wake regulation, might head up Thursday and check it out for myself . Not to be judgemental here, but sometime tells me that the residents on the lake will still be tearing it up regardless of high water or not.