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Do you wonder about the types, sizes and abundance of fish in Cloverleaf Lakes? Expert Al Niebur has the answers.
Join us on Saturday, Aug. 30, for an update on Al’s fishery surveys from 2013 and 2014 on our lakes. Niebur is the senior fishery biologist in the Shawano office of the Department of Natural Resources. His crew netted, counted and sized many of the fish in our lakes shortly after ice went out. They also did electric shocking and counting.
The results may surprise you!
Al is looking for your comments on our fishery and any changes in fishing rules that might help us have a better angling experience. He also has information on the DNR’s “fish sticks” project that will improve the fish habitat. Sponsors are the Cloverleaf Lakes Protective Association and the Belle Plaine Sportsman’s Club.
Time: Saturday, Aug. 30, 10 a.m.
Place: Belle Plaine Community Center (Town Hall) on Highway 22
FREE OF CHARGE
Dennis Thornton, president, CLPA
Pontoon Parade winners. We had 12 entries this year.
1st place Ed Renaud family with Peter Pan
2nd place Joe Maas family with The little mermaid
3rd place Glen McMann family with 101 Dalmatians
The 11th Annual Cloverfest 3.5 Mile Run/Walk will take place on October 5th, 2014. It will take place at the Rustic Resort, Rustic Drive (Start & Finish). The pre-race registration will be from 8 A.M. to 9:30 A.M. with the race to begin at 10:00 A.M. sharp. All proceeds to benefit the Cloverleaf Fireworks Fund and Shawano County Humane Society.
2014 Cloverfest Run/Walk Registration Form
2014 Cloverfest Run/Walk Information