Land O' Lakes Fish & Game Club

Upcoming Fish and Game Club Events

    • 06/22/2019
    • 10:00 AM
    • Conserve School, Land O Lakes, WI
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    Join Stefan Anderson, Head of Conserve School, for a few hours of paddling.  Conserve School is opening up its canoe base on Big Bateau Lake so that club members can explore the 236 acres of Big Bateau Lake, the southern most lake in the Sylvania Wilderness Area.  Conserve School will supply canoes, paddlesand PDFs at no charge. Attendees are free to bring their own kayaks or canoes if they would prefer.

    Attendees will be briefed on the Sylvania Wilderness Area rules and will be required to adhere to them.

    Please bring: picnic lunch, shoes that can get wet, and an adventurous spirit. If you would like to fish, you need a Wisconsin or Michigan fishing license, artificial lures (no live bait), and barbless hooks. 

    There will be a grill available for those that would like warm food at the boat launch picnic area. 

    This event is free to Land O Lakes Fish & Game Club members and their guests.

    • 07/09/2019
    • 6:30 PM
    • Ely Memorial Church, Land O Lakes, WI

    Mt. Whitney to Yosemite, A Lifetime Walking the John Muir Trail & Pacific Coast Trail

    In 1977, high school graduates, Cheryl Emrich (Pytlarz) 17 years old and Frances French (Reneau) 18 years old, set out alone to hike over 350 miles in over 6 weeks along the High Sierra in California. Their trek included all of the John Muir Trail, additional mileage on the PCT, and a dozen day hikes on layover days. They did not finish as planned. Life intervened and 41 years later in 2018 they reunited to complete the last week of their youthful ambition.

    6:30 pm refreshments

    7:00 pm program


    • 08/13/2019
    • 6:30 PM
    • Ely Memorial Church, Land O Lakes, WI

    Adrienne will talk about her experiences working as a ranger at Mount Rushmore National Memorial in 2016, the centennial anniversary of the National Park Service. Come learn about being a park ranger, living in the Black Hills, and what it was like to protect one of the most iconic works of art in the world.

    6:30 pm refreshments

    7:00 pm program

    • 09/10/2019
    • 6:30 PM
    • Ely Memorial Church

    Photographer and biologist Scott Pearson will present a program on how to get your camera to record the same vibrant colors your eyes see in the fall. Scott's photos have won numerous awards and have appeared in Lake Superior Magazine.

    Scott has been a frequent contributor and award winner in the Land O' Lakes Fish & Game Club photo contest.

    6:30 pm refreshments

    7:00 pm program,


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