MASON COUNTY

WALLEYE ASSOCIATION

PO BOX 118 • LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN 49431

 
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Why Walleye
 
 
 
About us
Vision:  To maintain the present excellent fishery in North-Western Michigan -- forever.
Mission: To raise Walleye from hatchlings to fingerlings for planting in North-Western Michigan Lakes and Hamlin Lake in particular, in perpetuity. 
To do this we will:
 

1.      Work with the fish rearing specialists in the DNRE who supply the walleye hatchlings and plant the fingerlings.

2.      Use volunteers to maintain and operate the fish rearing ponds in order to minimize operating expenses.

3.      Make the rearing ponds self-sustaining by funding a $100,000 Community Foundation annuity.

   
Record of past activity, by year:
  1.      From 1990
2.      From 2010
3.      From 2011
4.      From 2012
5.      From 2013
6.      From 2014
7.      From 2015
   
Historical Records:
  Written by:
1.      Carter Koles dated; October 13, 2012.
2.      Mark Tonello issued, March 2013
  When and Where the Fingerlings Have Been Planted
   
Supporting Topics:
 

1.      Who we are and what we do
2.      Why we Raise Walleye.
3.      What Makes a Good Lake.
4.      Our Relationship with the DNR.

   
About the organization of the Mason County Walleye ...... :
  1.      Association
  2.      Foundation
   
“Making Mason County A Fisherman’s Paradise”