News & Reports
Since the TFSWA docks are now taken out of the water entirely in the fall to prevent winter ice damage, we will have to wait until the road limits come off and the Northern Highland American Legion State Forest dock crew can get their equipment up here before the docks can go in this spring. That means it’s unlikely the docks will be put in before the fishing opener May 4th.Read More
The DNR Spring hearings will be held in all 72 counties at 7:00 PM on Monday, April 8. Detailed information is available here – 2019 DNR Spring Hearings. The Iron County meeting will be held at the Iron County Memorial Building, 201 Iron St., Hurley, WI 54534.
A fisheries management question extremely important to the TFF is on the agenda. Question 17 asks: Do you favor applying a 12-inch minimum length limit, …Read More
Zach Wilson of the Iron County Land & Water Conservation Department recently prepared the annual 2018 Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) report for the TFF. Much of the work on AIS control has been done by Zach, two summer LTEs and volunteers from our association led by Randy Payne. Related work on water quality in the TFF was also done by many of our volunteers led by Mike and Beth Myers. Thanks to everyone involved, you …Read More
Three regional DNR master plans covering the Northwest Sands, Northwest Lowlands, and Superior Coastal Plain property planning regions are now available for public review and comment through Jan. 6, 2019.Read More