Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources staff will host three public meetings in March regarding Winnebago System walleye management.
DNR staff will share monitoring results from annual surveys, including the 2018 spring spawning stock and Lake Winnebago bottom trawling assessments. In addition, updates will be provided regarding the walleye reward tag study and potential walleye regulation changes.
Meetings will also include a question and answer session to provide those in attendance the opportunity to ask questions regarding walleye management on the Winnebago System.
Meetings will be held from 6-8 p.m. at the following locations:
Wednesday, March 13, Oshkosh – Alberta Kimball Auditorium, 375 N. Eagle St.;
Monday, March 18, Chilton – Engler Center for the Performing Arts, 530 W. Main St.; and
Thursday, March 21, New London – Mosquito Hill Nature Center, N3880 Rogers Road.
For more information regarding walleye management, contact Adam Nickel, DNR Fisheries Biologist, or visit dnr.wi.gov and search keyword “walleye.”