JesseDog-If you mean putting the boat in the water should be no problem making a u-turn at bottom of parking lot as long as if anyone parked in the handicap spot pulls up all the way. If you are referring to getting around the lake, a third is covered in vegetation and half the open water is about 3 feet deep. This will be my first year with a 16’ Lund and I plan to take it out there.
I bought a Waukesha Boat launch pass and saw this lake is included. Would I have issues getting around with a 16” boat?
has this lake bounced back at all since the dam blew? thinking of heading out but dont wanna waste time on a dead sea. any info would be appreciated
You mean I have to pay a "lunch fee"??!! No way am I fishing, or eating, here!! (Sorry, couldn't resist.)
You can, but it's a bit shallow and you need to pay a lunch fee. I got my 14ft tiller boat out at the end of last seasson.
anyone know if you can launch a boat on it now.. last yeat after they opened it up after the dam broke it was carryin only launch.. ??
Hey fellas, havent fished this lake since the 80s when I was a kid. Couple questions, if you don't mind lending a couple of answers.
Do you pay to launch there? If so, how much?
I don't have a vexilar, and Im pretty sure this lake isn't on my handheld gps- any pointers on general area to fish? Dont want your honey hole, just want a chance at some fish.
Also, does anyone do any good with tip ups? When I was a kid, there were a lot of small northern out there.
Just looking to hit a small body of water, and get nostalgic.
Thanks for any help.
Lake is open for fishing, seen a few locals out there. I live just off the lake and see a few guys out just haven’t heard of much action due to the lake just getting back to it’s normal depth. I’d say this 2020-2021 should be much better for fishing on hard or open water.
they opened the lake up this spring. there's a fee to launch a boat.
Last I checked, the lake was closed to fishing due the dam failure and all the fish being concentrated in the deep hole