The Namakagon Lake Association
Next NLA Meeting Scheduled for July 20, 2019 at 9am Namakagon Town Hall
Dues – Members who have not paid for 2019 should have received a postcard in the mail. As a reminder single membership is $20/year and a family membership is $25/year that allows you 2 votes per year at the annual meeting. You must be paid by August 1, 2019 to be eligible to vote. We have a new option for paying dues or making a tax-deductible contribution to the NLA general or Walleye fund.
PayPal is here. You must have a PayPal account. The NLA PayPal account is firstname.lastname@example.org. You MUST indicate in Add a note where if the $$ are going towards dues or another use.
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It is our goal to preserve and protect Lake Namakagon as an environmentally healthy watershed, by sponsoring educational programs, adopting a pro-active role in the formulation of water and shore land regulations, and responsible use of this unique and irreplaceable resource for all citizens.
The Namakagon Lake Association, Inc. was formed in 1995 for the purpose of preserving and protecting Lake Namakagon and its environs. The Namakagon Lake Association, Inc. (NLA) is a not for profit organization that relies on the contributions and membership fees of land owners and other concerned citizens for its funding.
Proudly protecting this resource for all to enjoy!
Lake Namakagon Courtesy Code
Know and obey Wisconsin boating safety rules.
Be courteous on the water. Remember, anglers fish early and late in the day.
Stay far enough away from the shoreline to prevent wave-action erosion and to safeguard nesting waterfowl.
Inspect and clean your boat, motor and trailer to prevent the spread of exotic species.
Please immediately report any exotic species to the Namakagon Lake Association.
NEVER empty your bait bucket or release live bait into the lake.
Empty AND dry all live wells, bilges, and ballast takes BEFORE entering the lake.
Operate motorized boats at slow speeds in shallow water.
Observe “no wake” zones.
Operate your boat or personal watercraft with consideration for swimmers, anglers and shoreline dwellers.
Dispose of all trash properly, including food.
Use non-lead sinkers to protect the common loons that use the lake.
R – E – S – P – E – C – T
The rights of others.
Enjoy wildlife from a distance.
Heed the boating regulations – go slowly.
Watch your noise and your wake.
Have fun – share the moments with your friends.
Other people and creatures on the lake.
Take your trash home.