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Low Water Levels – Are you concerned about the low water level due to the complete removal of the logs from the dam on Wolfe Lake?
Walleye/Pickerel: January 1 – March 1 and 2nd Saturday in May to December 31st
Sport Fishing; Limit 4; Must be between 40-50 cm -(15.7– 19.7 in)
Conservation Fishing; Limit 2; Must be between 40-50 cm –
(15.7– 19.7 in)
Bass: Open Season is between the 3rd Saturday in June to December 15th. Concerns have been expressed of fishing out of season and in shallow waters when the Bass are on their nests.
Fishing Line Hazard: Most fishing line today is made of Monofilament, a single strand of strong flexible plastic which is typically non-biodegradable. If not properly discarded, it can wrap around boat propellers and shafts. As it is very difficult to see, fish and birds often become entangled in it and die. In an effort to reduce this hazard, 3 Monofilament Fishing Line Recycling Units have been installed at the boat launches. Volunteers are needed to help monitor and empty the bins. Please let one of your board members know if you can lend a hand.
Fall Walk Saturday Oct 13, 2018, 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
An invitation to all Wolfe Lake Members and Friends (of all ages) to explore another part of our surrounding. Starting at Belknap Lane (just off Lee Road) you can park your car where you will be met by your Hosts Bruce Maynard and Helene Wach. Together they will guide us along a creek onto pathways on their pristine forest property.