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Summer 2016 Newsletter

We’ve added a DNR (Department of Natural Resources) link for your convenience!

WI DNR Lake Info Link

NLA has restructured our dues to include a new ‘family membership’ at a $25 cap.  We welcome family memberships!

• NLA membership dues follow the calendar from January 1 to December 31 of each year.

NLA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and members may take appropriate deductions.

• Additional contributions are always welcomed and members will be reminded of our 5013c status on the renewal blanks that will go out with the next newsletter.

• There is also a ‘member renewal blank’ that may be downloaded from this website.



Know and obey Wisconsin boating
safety rules.

Be courteous on the water.
Remember, anglers fish early and
late in the day.

Stay far enough away from the
shoreline to prevent wave-action
erosion and to safeguard nesting

Inspect and clean your boat, motor
and trailer to prevent the spread of
exotic species.

Please immediately report any
exotic species to the Namakagon
Lake Association.

NEVER empty your bait bucket or
release live bait into the lake.

Empty AND dry all live wells, bilges,
and ballast takes BEFORE entering
the lake.

Operate motorized boats at slow
speeds in shallow water.

Observe "no wake" zones.

Operate your boat or personal
watercraft with consideration for
swimmers, anglers and shoreline

Dispose of all trash properly,
including food.

Use non-lead sinkers to protect
the common loons that use the lake.


The Namakagon Lake Association
Preserving & Protecting Northern Wisconsin's Lake Namakagon

Namakagon Walleye Meeting

On January 26th, 2018 a meeting was held to discuss the walleye population decreasing in Lake Namakagon.  Presenting at the meeting was Scott Toschner from the Wisconsin Fisheries DNR and Mark Luehring from the Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission (GLIFWC).

During the three hour meeting many things were discussed including why the walleye population is dropping in many Wisconsin lakes in our area including our lake.

We are tasked with coming up with a plan to help bring back the walleye population in Lake Namakagon. We need your support and brainstorming ideas at our next meeting scheduled for February 19th, 2018 at the Namakagon Town Hall at 10:00am. Please come to this important meeting.

We have full support from the DNR and the GLIFWC who will also attend this meeting.

If you have any questions or can’t attend and would like to provide input please contact me, Jim DeRoma, President Namakagon Lake Association at jimderoma59@gmail.com.

Hope to see you on February 19th!

Jim DeRoma
Namakagon Lake Association


2018 NLA Meeting Dates
April 21st
May 19th
June 9th
July 21st
August 18th – Annual Meeting
September 22nd

It is our goal to preserve and protect Lake Namakagon as anThe Namakagon Lake Association, Inc. was formed in 1995 for thepurpose of preserving and protecting Lake Namakagon and its environs. The Namakagon Lake Association, Inc. (NLA) is a not for
profit organization that relies on the contributions and membership fees of land owners and other concerned citizens for its funding.

environmentally healthy watershed, by sponsoring educational
programs, adopting a pro-active role in the formulation of water and
shore land regulations, and responsible use of this unique and
irreplaceable resource for all citizens.

"Learn more about our Lake" http://dnr.wi.gov/lakes/lakepages/lakedetail.aspx?wbic=2732600 





RESPECT: The rights of others. ENVIRONMENT: Enjoy wildlife from a distance. SAFETY: Heed the boating regulations - go slowly. PEACE: Watch your noise and your wake. ENJOY: Have fun - share the moments with your friends. CONSIDER: Other people and creatures on the lake. TRASH: Take your trash home.


NLA 2018 Meeting Dates

All at 9 AM Namakagon Town Hall

April 21st
May 19th
June 9th
July 21st
August 18th: Annual Meeting
September 22nd

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Volunteers & a coordinator are needed for the landing monitors. Please call 715-798-2365 if interested in helping!



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