The 2022 Ice Fishery will be held out of Curlys Waterfront. To date (January 24th) we have 13″ of ice and the weather is going to be cold for the next week which will only help the ice conditions. This fishery is a fund raiser for the benefit of Pewaukee Lake and the fisheries of Wisconsin. Green tickets will be sold for the main raffle. They are available at The Beer Depot, at BP Pantry 41 and Dick Smiths. Fill them out and give them the money. I will get the tickets and money from them. The main prizes are: 1st- 65″ T.V., 2nd- $500 cash and 3rd- $300 cash – you do not need to be present to win these items.
We will also have some really nice “Red bucket Items” to raffle, tickets will be sold in Curlys all day after 10 a.m. or so. On the list as of today is a Vexilar FLX 28, an Ion Electric Auger, an Aquaview 715c camera, a yeti cooler, a large booze wagon, scratch off ticket baskets and many other items similar to past years.
Meat raffles expected from noon on all afternoon.
Fishing starts at 6:30 am and ends promptly at 3:00 p.m. No fish can be registered if you are not signed up and have purchased some green tickets. Fish prizes will be: largest legal Pike (min. size 32″), Largest legal Bass (min. size 14″) winner will be by total length a tie breaker will be by weight. Largest crappie, largest Blue gill, largest Sunfish (pumpkin seed), largest Perch and largest rough fish (dog fish, mud puppy, carp, bull head or we’ll even count a clam). These will be length first and any tie will be by weight as a tie breaker. Any folks who take all this too seriously and start whining, cheating, or causing disruptive behavior will be removed from the premises.
The Main ticket (light blue) raffle prizes you do not have to be present to win. The red bucket ticket items you have to be present to win. These raffles will start at 4:00 p.m. or so, after the fish prizes are done.
If you drive out a vehicle, use your head and don’t park right next to each other, leave some space between vehicles!!! Remember no ice is safe ice, you are all at your own risk!
Call Tom Koepp at 414-333-9603 for any questions