Master Angler – WIFA Wisconsin Interscholastic Fishing Association (studentfishing.com) – Most master angler fish caught from March 1st to March 1st the following year. Winner will get their name on the traveling plaque and receive $100. Must be a member of the AKAGLSF club. Take a picture of the fish on a bump board and one with you holding it. Send it to the officers or board members to have it counted.
Quality Fish Minimum Length Criteria
Largemouth Bass- 20”
Lake Trout- 28”
Smallmouth Bass- 19”
Sauger – 19”
Brook Trout (inland)- 14”
Inland Rainbow- 20″
Inland Brown Trout – 20″
Rock Bass – 11”
Rainbow Trout -28”
Chinook Salmon (King) -36”
Channel Catfish- 27”
Flathead Catfish- 36″
Burbot – 22”
Whitefish – 22″
Splake – 20”
Gar – 36”
Bowfin/Dogfish – 28”
Freshwater Drum – 26”
Common Carp – 30”
Bullhead – 14″
Redhorse Sucker – 24″
Sturgeon (line)- 60″
Quillback Carpsucker- 18″
White Sucker 20″
Brown Trout -27”
Coho Salmon -26”
Salmon-a-Rama – Salmon-a-Rama is Managed by Salmon Unlimited of Wisconsin, a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization.
Brown Trout Tournament – Annual Tournament in Door County for the elusive Lake Michigan Brown Trout 4th Weekend in April.
KD Salmon Tournament – The K/D Salmon Tournament is an amateur sport fishing tournament that runs for 9 consecutive days each summer. Somewhere between 2,300 and 3,000 contestants participate annually, and about $50,000 in cash and prizes is awarded. The heaviest fish caught will win the lucky fisherman $10,000 CASH. There are 45 daily port prize packages plus a payout that goes 100-200 places deep, depending on the year.
Blue Door Brown Trout Tournament – See details on the Blue Door Facebook page.
The club banquet is the second Saturday of March starting at 4:00 pm. It is held at The Rendezvous, E896 County Road N Luxemburg WI 54217. Our banquet draws approximately 175 guests.
We are looking for donations for the raffles and auctions. $100 donation gets you or your company one ticket to the banquet. You can donate money or items.
Some of the projects your donation will help fund are:
- Building net pens used to raise salmon and trout in the spring and fall
- Support the Adopt A Sturgeon Program & Besadny Open House – 1st Weekend in October
- Purchased and installed a new message board for the City of Kewaunee boat ramp
- Building Life Ring boxes for the marina
- Installing an antenna in Stoney Creek to allow a gradate student to study fish movement
- Giving away three $1,000 scholarships to local high school graduates each spring.
These are just a few projects our club has helped facilitate. With your help AKAGLSF will continue to work hard to preserve Lake Michigan and help our local communities. We hope you will join us in our dream by making a donation to our annual spring banquet dinner!
East Shore Industries (ESI) Fishing Outing – This event is held each year in July on a Friday. One member of our club graciously donates us the use of their private pond and we offer employees of ESI the chance to fish for the day. Members of the club assist ESI employees with fishing and a lunch is served.
Net Pen Stocking/Feeding–Members of the club work with the WDNR to stock salmon into the net pens in Kewaunee and Algoma. Typically the last 2 weeks in April. Watch our Facebook page for details or sign up at our monthly meeting in March and April.
Besadny Anadromous Fisheries Facility (BAFF) – The first Saturday in October is the open house at the BAFF located on the Kewaunee River at N3884 Ransom Moore Lane, Kewaunee. Club members are needed to help with various volunteer opportunities. See the BAFF website for more details.
Support the Adopt A Sturgeon Program & Besadny Open House – 1st Weekend in October