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For many children in the Green Lake area, the annual Angler & Young Angler Fishing Tournament on Big Green Lake, hosted by Norton’s Dry Dock, marks the opening of fishing season. It serves as the foundation for happy memories of spending time on the water with family and friends that will last a lifetime.
The event has drawn participants of all ages to Deacon Mills Park in Green Lake, Wisconsin for many years. The main objective is to introduce and educate young anglers to competitive sport fishing in a fun environment surrounded by family and friends while creating memories. Each team consists of one adult angler and two young anglers age 17 and under. From the 8:30 A.M. blast-off to the 2:30 P.M. weigh-in each youth explores the water with an experienced angler in search of the right combination of fish needed to take first place.
The Angler & Young Angler tournament ends with an awards presentation which is made possible by the donations from our event sponsors. Although the top team is the major winner, every young angler departs with a bundle of goodies to congratulate them for a great day on the water.
The tournament is held annually on the Saturday of Father’s Day Weekend.
Fish have some basic needs that must be met—adequate food, shelter and the ability to move around and reproduce. Green Lake Aquatic Structure is focused on developing a set of programs that will conserve, restore and enhance fish habitat and ensure adequate food supplies are developed, maintained and promoted throughout Big Green Lake.
The purpose of this organization is to work with individuals, organizations and other state and federal agencies to manage habitat improvement projects and develop adequate food supplies in Big Green Lake. The final goal is to provide better local fishing opportunities and local area economic development.
Walleyes for Tomorrow is a project-oriented organization with the goal of increasing the population of walleye in the waters where habitat projects are undertaken. From our first project, the Eureka Dam Project on the Fox River in Wisconsin, WFT has been actively promoting more robust walleye populations through spawning habitat construction, enhancement, and rehabilitation.
All this is accomplished by dedicated individuals who believe in our original vision. Thousands of volunteers and members have donated their time and talents to raise funds for projects that will benefit walleye. The effort of all who have helped in the past or are active today is very much appreciated. WFT is a total volunteer organization with a penchant for project implementation