As of yesterday (4/29) all boat landings, campgrounds, parks, trails and tribal roads located within the exterior boundaries of the Lac Du Flambeau Indian Reservation are closed until further notice.
This means the Lac Du Flambeau Chain (Fence, Flambeau, etc.) and all other lake boat landings are closed to non-full-time residents. Signs are at the landings.
A stay at home curfew on the LDF Reservation has been in affect already (10 pm to 6 am).
Ice has been melting quickly due to heat, wind and rain. Big Arbor Vitae is now ice free. Docks are showing up on some of our favorite lakes, but not all yet.
Check out the DNR’s website for available launches and shoreline access.
Gov. Evers Safer at Home order recommends anglers continue to practice social distancing whether from boat, dock or shoreline. It is recommended only anglers living in the same household should fish within six feet of one another. (I think I read somewhere, Mother-in-Laws at 26’…maybe I’m wrong!)
I’m posting this as information to anglers heading out. Remember, Don’t Shoot the Messenger! (or chuck crankbaits at his head)
We will be open until 10 pm Thursday night, midnight on Friday and reopen at 4 am Saturday morning. Our store capacity is 8 persons per time in store including employees so please be patient.
All bait, except redtails, dace and wigglers in stock.