On March 20, WDNR’s Sawyer County Fisheries Management Biologist, Max Wolter, posted a 45-minute video on YouTube in order to share information he normally presents every March at the Annual Sawyer County Fisheries Forum at the Hayward High School. The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing everyone to adapt, and Max has done a wonderful job of keeping everyone safely informed by uploading his slide show to YouTube and providing entertaining narrative that will interest all Sawyer County anglers, including those of us on the Quiet Lakes.
This year, Max presents particularly detailed information for Round Lake, the Tiger Cat Chain, the Namekagon River, and the Chippewa Flowage. He also forecasts future survey work, which will include extensive surveys on Lost Land and Teal lakes in 2021 in order to evaluate our special panfish regulation (25 daily, only 10 of which may be crappie, perch, or bluegill and other sunfish).
While you’re maintaining a prudent degree of social distance, sit down with your favorite beverage and enjoy the video by clicking on the link below: