Wednesday, May 28, 2014

JUNE JEROME

For your information, June Jerome is now residing at the Golden Living Center in Hayward. Pay her a visit or send her a card when you have some time. She will appreciate it. She was a teacher in Drummond for many years and a very friendly lady. Always have a smile for everybody.
The address is:  Golden Living Center, 10775 Nyman Ave. Hayward, WI 54843

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Fassett's Locoweed

Hi Sandy and John,
Here is some more information as a follow up to our phone conversation today:
   I will be visiting Pigeon Lake on June 19th from 9:00-11:00am to look at the Fassett's Locoweed population around the lake. This rare plant is only found in Wisconsin and is listed as threatened by US Fish and Wildlife Service. Anyone interested in learning about Fassett’s Locoweed, including how to identify it and other native and non native plants is invited to join me. We’ll also discuss shoreline habitat management. Let’s meet along Hiatt Rd near its intersection with County N on the west side of Pigeon Lake.
 
 
If you have any questions feel free to contact me by phone (608 267-9788) or email (kevinf.doyle@wisconsin.gov).
  
Fassett's Locoweed (Oxytropis campestris var. chartacea) Photo.
 Kevin Doyle
Botanist/Mapping Specialist
Natural Heritage Inventory
Bureau of Natural Heritage Conservation
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
(() phone: (608) 267-9788
(+) e-mail: kevinf.doyle@wisconsin.gov
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Friday, May 2, 2014



More pictures of Pigeon Lake water level on the rise. These are from April 25.  The east and west ends of lake are back at same level and channel is deep enough to get a canoe or kayak through.

Friday, February 14, 2014

Alert!!! Pigeon Lake Residents and Users.

I am sure all of you have received notice about The Forest Service proposing to develop a gravel pit, known as the Eureka site, located on the west side of FR394, between Pigeon Lake Road and Mountain Lake west of Drummond. The initial site development would be 3 acres, eventually progressing up to 15 acres over the gravel pit life span.

THE CONCERNS TO YOU ARE:
1) Noise, Dust, Visual and Truck traffic from gravel pit operations. Especially to cabins on the north side of the lake.
2) Removal of trees.
3) Storm Water Runoff:  Excavation of gravel materials exposes soils to erosion and transport of sediment. Sediment produced from gravel pit areas can leave the pit area and potentially enter water bodies, lakes and wetlands.
4) Ground Water impacts from gravel pit excavation. Both Mountain Lake and Pigeon Lake can be affected.
5) Gravel pit developments promote and spread Non-native invasive species. Excavation will remove the surface cover and soil making the disturbed area more receptive to the growth of non-native invasive species.
6) Future land use can be an ugly sight: Depleted gravel pits that are not properly reclaimed can become unsightly and attract potential detrimental social use.

WHAT YOU CAN DO?
If it concerns you and you are not in favor of this development near your beloved home and your favorite playground then please write and express your comments to Dan Eklund, Acting Washburn District Ranger. 113 E. Bayfield St, P.O. Box 578, Washburn, WI 54891. Tel: 715-373-2667.

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Winter Pictures

The pictures were taken on Jan 20th and show water flowing from East Pigeon Lake into West Pigeon Lake. Hope that level will keep going up and get to where we can run a boat through again.

Sunday, July 7, 2013

Ground Water Watch.

Posting from Gwen Samp:

 This might interest you:    Click on the link:    Gwen Samp

2013 Garden Tour

There are some good local events coming up in our area:  Saturday, July 13 the Cable Natural History Museum is sponsoring their semi-annual Garden Tour.  There are 6 Drummond/Barnes homes on the tour and M&M Greenhouse.  The tour home gardens are open from 10 am to 4 pm.  My home is one of the homes on the tour and I would love to have you visit.  Tickets are available at $10 from M&M Greenhouse, Doorn's, Big Brook Greenhouse and of course, at the museum.  Hope you come to visit.

The other event is August 9, 10, and 11, the 2nd annual Art Crawl sponsored by the Cable-Hayward Area Arts Council (CHARAC).  You can visit with over 40 artists in an area from Drummond/Barnes to Stone Lake and includes the new CHARAC Art Market 63, an artist cooperative located on Hwy 63 just south of Cable in the former Pine Needles location.  The "Crawl" is free and can inspire you to learn about all the art and artists in our area.

Mary

Saturday, July 6, 2013

Secchi Disk Reading

Posting by Linda and Jim Auchue

Linda and I did the Secchi disk reading on July 4, 2013.  We lost sight of it at 14’ 6”.   The last reading was in 2010 and was the same.
These readings seem to be very consistent over the years. 

Our Loon

Posting by Jerry and Ellen Merryfield:

The Loon is nesting on the island, south side. It looks like she has 2 or 3 eggs, couldn't tell for sure. Thought you might want to pass the word. We may not make the picnic, might be gone by then, we will see.  Jerry & Ellen

Lake Level Rise

Posting by John and Sandy MacLaughlin

Unofficial lake level rise - 9 inches -- I put a cement block at shoreline in the Fall & check in the Spring.  Rise is based on assumption that ice hasn't moved the block.

Annual Picnic

Posting by John and Sandy MacLaughlin

The Pigeon Lake annual picnic notice mailed to all residents included an incorrect date.  The date July 31 was an error.  Note - picnic is to be held on Saturday, August 31 as originally posted.  

US Forest Service

Posting by John and Sandy MacLaughlin:

 Something is missing on Pigeon Lake and that is very good news!  In August 2013 the U. S. Forest Service sent out a 15 member crew led by Consultant Eric North and including LOC youth to spend 5 days hand pulling Canadian thistle up to the high water mark to combat the spread of this very invasive species.    The purpose was to protect Fassett's locoweed, a rare and endangered plant.  Check out www.fws.gov/midwest/endangered/plants/5yr ; for photos and more details

Saturday, May 11, 2013

Bill Miller

Peace at Prayer 

 Bill Miller died this morning.  His family surrounded him with their love as we commended him to God.  Funeral services are pending. 

Into your hands, O merciful Savior, we commend your servant, Bill. Acknowledge, we humbly beseech you, a sheep of your own fold, a lamb of your own flock, a sinner of your own redeeming.  Receive him into the arms of your mercy, into the blessed rest of everlasting peace, and into the glorious company of the saints in light.  

And for us do we pray:
Lord, support us all the day long of this troubled life, until the shadows lengthen and the evening comes and the busy world is hushed, the fever of life is over, and our work is done.  Then, Lord, in your mercy, grant us a safe lodging, and a holy rest, and peace at the last; through Jesus Christ our Lord.  Amen.
  
Pastor Sedlins

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

The snow is finally melting here at Pigeon Lake.  Where I live, on the west end, we are hoping and praying that all snow melt will end up here and begin the restoration of a lake.

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Dick Mars's bass wood:

Thank you to our Pigeon Lake Association VP Jim Auchue for turning Dick Mars'sbass wood into a work of art. Beautiful! My Dad would have been very pleased.
Work of Art
Sandy Mars MacLaughlin


Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Pigeon Lake Minutes of Meeting 2012

These Minutes of Meeting were posted on behalf of Secretary Audrey Hutter. 

      Pigeon Lake Association Picnic 2012.
On Sept, 2nd 2012 we met at the cottage of Jim and Linda Auchue for our annual gathering. The Secretary's report was approved with the changes of names 'Hotter' to 'Hutter' and vice versa and picnic will be held on Labor Day weekend, not on Labor Day.
The secchi disc has been lost but will be copied and a new one made.
The Treasurer's report was accepted with a balance of $324.65.

The lake level is coming up slowly. We were reminded to check the Pigeon Lake Blog installed by Andrew Hong for information.
Widelife sightings this year include 1 adult pair and 2 baby loons, bear, hog nosed snake, wolf, and turkeys.
If anyone is interested in attending the N.W. Lakes Conferenc, the Association will pay for the registration fee. 
Members Joe Hotter and Marge Olson deceased in the past year.
Next year picnic will be hosted by the Iversons and Kuehns on Sat. August 31st.
Officers will stay the same as no one accepted the opportunity to volunteer,
Minutes of the meeting will be posted on the blog. 
Respectfully submitted:
Audrey Hutter.

p.s. FYI, Pauline Olstad a long time resident of Pigeon Lake passed away in 2012. 
   




Monday, August 6, 2012

PIGEON LAKE PICNIC posted by Linda Auchue


Annual Pigeon Lake Picnic

Date: Sunday, September 2, 2012

Time:  1:30 pm

Hosts: Jim and Linda Auchue

Place:  10415 Whispering Pine Rd (next to Frank and Gwen Samp)

Jim and Linda will provide the food and beverages. Everyone is welcome and we would like to encourage you to join us to meet or reconnect with the rest of the lake residents and find out what’s going on around the lake. Friends and relatives are welcome. The more, the merrier.
There will be a short business meeting at 1:30 with food, beverages and socializing to follow.
You can reach us at (608) 235-0615 if you need directions.
Hope to see you there.

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Be careful - Hog Nose Snakes

One of our lake neighbors has found another hog nose snake, similar to the type that Frank and Gwen reported in 2011. I guess the warm weather did it.


 Anonymous said...
there was one of these on our cabin porch step. 7-3-2012. Far west end of the lake......now meadow.

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

First Pigeon Lake Fun Raiser

Dear Pigeon Lake Neighbors,
      You are invited to kick off the 1st annual Pigeon Lake 4th of July Fun Raiser on Sunday, July 1, 2-4 pm (not July 4) at the MacLaughlin's cabin - 10695 Mallard Road.   
Please RSVP to:    (715) 580-0691 or sjmacl@hotmail.com
    Walk, drive or paddle over for FUN!
         ---conversation
         ---a leisurely or competitive paddle to the island and back    
         ---patriotic music
         ---prize for best decorated boat,, canoe, kayak, etc. 
         ---lemonade provided  (watermelon and brownies, too)    
         ---make plans for next year's event

PS  If you want to help with this year's Fun Raiser, have ideas to share, etc. please contact us soon.                    John and Sandy

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Baby Loons


Ken saw the baby loons and one of their parents by out pier.  When an eagle was overhead they created a whole bucket of noise and the parent spread out his/her wings and the babies left the parent’s back and went under his/her wings for protection.
It was really cool
Ken and Laurie

Baby Loons are here!!!

Jerry and Ellen Merrifield reported:
" We have sighted the Loons hatched two chicks on Sunday (24). They seem to be doing well. We will try and get a close up picture sometime in the next few day's".   Jerry Merryfield

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Loons are here and nesting.

A big thank you to Sandy and John for contacting the Camp Director and the DNR. We have the loons back on our lake and they are nesting on the little island in front of the Camp ground. Needless to say they would like us to leave them alone and in order to discourage people from walking all over the island and frightening these lovely birds, Sandy has spoken to the Camp ground director. He has suggested to post notices in their camp office to inform their campers not to walk on the island. This will help a great deal.
Sandy also spoke to a personnel at the DNR office about posting sign boards on the island to prevent people from setting foot on the island. She thinks it was a great idea but she has to refer this matter up to someone who is in charged. We will keep you posted.  

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

What a good thing you did Andrew!  To have Charlotte's presence and time on this earth commemorated is very important. 

The summer event John and Sandy are proposing sound really fun and it would be so good to get together with all our lake partners for a good social event.

Also this coming summer is another event.  On August 10, 11, and 12 of 2012, the Cable-Hayward Area Arts Council is sponsoring a Studio Crawl.  This will cover the area from Minong down to Winter and Barnes over to Trego.  I will have my studio open and also am hosting  2 invited artist guests.  So come to see rustic furniture, birch framed mirrors, garden accessories, handmade beautiful note and greeting cards, and stunning pastels.  It all happens from 10 am to 5 pm each of the 3 days of the Studio Crawl.  You can see some of what I do at my blog for Tranquility Bay.... rusticwayhypertufa.blogspot.com. 

Monday, February 20, 2012

Charlotte McLeod's plaque

I have made a plaque in memorial of the late Charlotte McLeod. Her grave has been unmarked for years. If have time please pay her a visit. On the south side, near the landing. 

Friday, February 10, 2012

4th July Fun - Let us know what you think!

John and Sandy have some fun ideas for the coming 4th July/weekend at Pigeon Lake:
They picked up a brochure about a June paddle event on Nelson Lake in Hayward (a fund raiser) and was thinking about adapting it to our lake (a fun raiser?)
Here are some of their ideas:

Red, White and Blue 4th of July Paddle Around Pigeon Lake  
Patriotic Music on the Island  Surprises and Prizes  Most decorative  Best Costume etc.  
Leisurely Paddlers for fun (kayaks, canoes, paddle boats, floats, inner tubes, etc.) and 1 competitive race
People are invited to participate or spectate(time about 2 - 4 pm)  snacks?  or dessert?  other ideas welcome.  

Monday, December 12, 2011

BAXTER AND HOLLY WAITING FOR SANTA CLAUS
Merry Christmas Everyone!


Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Pigeon Lake History

Charlotte McLeod, the lady who died and had her grave and tomb on the south side of the lake near the boat landing. Pay her a visit to connect with history.


Pigeon Lake Archaeological Study
Chequamegon & Nicolet National Forests, Wisconsin, 1996
by Dianne Polaske, PIT Volunteer
FS archaeologists led a group of PIT volunteers and Nicolet College students through swarms of mosquitoes to the poison-ivy-covered PIT project area in the Chequamegon National Forest. For most of us, the University of Wisconsin Pigeon Lake Field Station soothed body and soul. They provided coffee at 7:00 a.m., three hearty meals a day, hot showers, and shelter in dormitory-style cabins on the lake. It was great!
The 100-m2 site on the south shore had been home to George H. McLeod (the first G. McLeod to live on the site), his wife Charlotte (an Ojibwa woman who died ca. 1906 and who is buried on the site), and his second wife, Elizabeth (also presumed to be Ojibwa).
During the first week, Nicolet College students found rusty cans, metal barrel hoops, wire, window glass, broken ceramic vessels, and a snuff jar on the surface. They tested the west side of the site and found little left of the McLeods’ cabins. The cabins had been burned and bulldozed in the 1960s.
However, on the east side of the site, two older building foundations remained. These 80-cm-wide earthen bermed foundations were surrounded by pits created when dirt was borrowed to build the berms along the bottom sill logs. A deep depression or root cellar within the larger foundation indicated a wooden floor. McLeod had also referenced an old Indian village and Catholic mission on the site. But after excavation, it seemed the foundations were the remains of a Euroamerican residence dating as early as 1860 and no later than 1930. Aerial survey photos taken in 1938 included the buildings on the west side, but the older east-side buildings were gone by then.
A series of 1-m2 test units put in by the archaeological crew inside the dwelling produced toys, including a small pewter teacup, a porcelain doll’s arm, and a brown-glazed clay marble. Also found were a blue seed bead (trade bead), a bone button (1830–1860), and square-cut and round nails. The test unit within the smaller foundation or shed produced more cut and wire nails, small wooden bottle stoppers, and brown bottle glass from the late 1800s.
During the second week, we continued testing the east side. A test unit in the well turned up little artifactual evidence. We found more cut and wire nails in the bermed buildings and in the privy. The privy test unit also produced a long-handled steel spoon. Test units in the shed produced a metal pan, wire, and more nails (some imbedded in wood). Later testing indicated that the dwelling and the shed had been built of white pine. The test units in the dwelling produced more seed beads in the doorway, pieces of white, sandy chinking or mortar, and metal from a washboard in the root cellar. We took soil samples every 3 cm from the privy and root cellar for flotation testing in hopes of determining diet from seeds present in the soil.
While testing the site, we also uncovered a prehistoric component. We found a reduction flake in the cabin that had been made from Penokee Range quartzite. Quartz, chert, jasper taconite, and siltstone flakes and shatter turned up across the site. Unfortunately, nothing was found in place in the ground, as the area has been disturbed by homesteading, bulldozing, and looting activities.
Late in the second week, Arnie Carlson, an 87-year-old local resident from the town of Drummond, gave his interpretation of the site. According to Carlson, the bermed house was still standing in deteriorating condition when he was a boy of 11 in 1922. It was the Glencross cabin.
Jack (John M.) Glencross, a timber cruiser for the Rust-Owen Lumber Company, was married to a half-Indian woman named Annie. Annie tanned deer hides, made moccasins, and was very proficient at beadwork. She did a lot of this type of work for the people of Drummond. They lived in a cabin with a gabled roof covered with 2–3-foot-long tamarack shakes. They had a four-paned casement window on the east and south walls and a plank-floored porch facing the lake. There was an outhouse and a sand point well. Carlson said they had a pony and a wagon. The shed, he said, was piled high in the back with split wood, and the front held tools. They used a cast-iron stove in the cabin, which was divided into two rooms with a curtain. Another visitor to the area, James Woodington, remembers that the Glencrosses talked about a daughter who had died, so the toys were most likely hers.
Jack died in 1941, and in 1947 Annie remarried, coincidentally to a George V. McLeod, apparently no relation to the first G. McLeod who lived in the 1860s. There is an early photo of Annie Glencross in the Drummond museum showing her in a beaded, blanket-type dress.
It was exciting piecing together the intriguing history of this site and to have some of it verified by local informants. However, many of the pieces are still missing. Bulldozers, looters, and encroaching vegetation have erased much of this northern Wisconsin homestead. We hope the McLeod site will be considered eligible for inclusion in the NRHP and that more of its secrets will be revealed in the future.

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Freshwater Jellyfish!!!

Yes, freshwater jellyfish have been reported in Pigeon Lake. They came a long way to visit us - indigenous to the Yangtze River valley in China. But they are now common almost globally in temperate climates. Per the DNR freshwater jellyfish have been reported in about 76 Wisconsin Lakes and the number continues to grow.

From my reading they don't appear to be any real problem. They tend to be found in clear water lakes; are generally not considered to be a predator of eggs or small fish; and, perhaps best, are not considered dangerous to humans and their stingers unlikely to penetrate human skin.

We can probably live comfortably with them. If you google freshwater jellyfish you will find lots of information - most likely more than you want.

By the way the size of the jellyfish is that of a 'penny'.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Hi All


We are excited to join your Pigeon Lake community. The kids and I will drive up tomorrow for our first visit since we bought the cabin of the Schlegelmilchs at the end of September. We stayed at the McLauglins cabin during the Summer, and fell in love with the lake. No surprise with sunsets like this (see photo). We are looking forward to meeting you.

Janine, Jan (will be absent this weekend), Hanneke (14), Willemijn (13) and Erik-Jan (11)

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Pigeon Lake Association Minutes of Meeting.


 Officers for 2012:  John MacLaughlin-President.  Audrey Hotter-Secretary//Treasurer    Jim Auchue-Vice President.PIGEON LAKE ASSOCIATION PICNIC
September 4, 2011
MacLaughlins and Donners hosted the picnic at their cabins.
Families Present:  Donner, Nash, Merryfield, Samp, Schlegelmilch (friends & grandchildren), Auchue, MacLaughlin, and Hong.
Recognition was paid to two long time members who passed away this year -  Ken Olson and Dick Mars. 
It was announced that Joe Hutter has serious health issues (Joe passed away in late September).
 The Lake has come up about 2 feet but still has a long way to go.
 John read the minutes of last years meeting.  Moved by Jerry M. Seconded by Dido N. to approve.
 Treasurers Report:  balance in account $380. Approved as read.  No collection was taken, as there was not a lot of expense.
 Lake Report John attended the Lake Conference and reported fresh water Jelly Fish are present in Pigeon Lake. He has a request in to DNR for more information and will post. 
 The question was asked if anyone would be interested in setting up a Web Site or Face Book Page to keep members up to date on happenings around the lake.  Andrew Hong volunteered to set up a Pigeon Lake Blog.  Member can enter items of interest, photos, updates and new information.  Sounded like a great idea especially for Frank as people could find out when the dump is open. Thanks Andrew.  Andrew’s e-mail address to sign up: andrewhong@aol.com.  
 Jerry Merryfield reported on the annual fish shocking report from Skip Sommerfelt of the DNR,  conducted on May 31 of 2011. Based on the "shocking" report, the slot limit for bass would remain the same at this time.  Currently DNR will not be placing any more cribs in the Lake. Complete report will be posted.
 We only have one loon on PL this year, so no babies hatched.  We have had a pair here for years and doesn’t seem right not to have a pair and a baby.  Sandy shared from the Lake Conference that the WI loon population  has grown from 2,500 to 4,000.  Good news for all the loon lovers.
 Joe Hutter is no longer able to test the water.  Jim Auchue volunteered to test the Lake and report to the DNR.   We own the equipment and will see that Jim gets it.
 Next year's picnic will again be on Sunday of Labor Day Weekend at the Auchues.
 Respectfully Submitted for Audrey by:
Ellen Merryfield

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

At the end of a road.



Yesterday ten of us were able to attend the funeral of Joe Hotter. This post is for him.

Saturday, October 1, 2011

Joe Hotter's Funeral Arrangements


Posting on behalf of Audrey Hutter:

Funeral Arrangements for Joe Hotter
Visitation Monday October 3rd  4:00 to 8:00 pm at Olson Funeral Home in Menomonie, WI
Funeral Tuesday October 4th at 11:00 am at Peace Luthern Church in Menomonie.


Wood Ducks Hunting

Posting by Jerry Merrifield:
This is a picture of me with three Wood Ducks on a recent hunting trip on the Mississippi River at Nelson. WI.   

Friday, September 30, 2011

Photo of: "Fall Buggy Ride" taken in the splendor of the Pigeon Lake Rd. by Frank Samp.

Welcome New Owners to Pigeon Lake

We Pigeon Lake residents would like to extend our warmest welcome to both Janine Van Ree and Jan Van Deursen to be part of our lake community. May you both enjoy this fun and carefree environment for many years to come. They bought the cabin previously owned by Don and Darlene Schlegelmilch. 

Sad News From Pigeon Lake

This posting is published on behalf of John and Sandy McLaughlin:
Sad news from Pigeon Lake
Our neighbor and friend Joe Hotter, # 10865 Mallard Road, has passed away. Joe loved the Lake and
shared his time and talents generously -- Board Member, fish crib builder, monitor of lake depth and quality
as well as host of many Pigeon Lake Picnics. His blue bird houses will continue to grace our lake shore and remind us of a gentle soul.  He will be missed.
Our sympathies to Marge and family. Service details are not yet available. Check the Olson Funeral Home, Mnnomonie, WI website for an update.   Sandy & John

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Twin Bear Cubs



The picture was taken in June 2009 from Pigeon Lake Road near east end.

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

2011 Spring Shocking Runs by DNR WI

This posting is done on behalf of Jerry Merrifield.
At the 2011 Pigeon Lake Picnic, Jerry Merrifield reported on the spring shocking runs by the Bureau of Fisheries Management, DNR Wisconsin.
The summary by Mr. Thomas Sommerfeldt DNR stated that overall the catch of fish was rather low, attributed to the cold spring weather and below normal water temperature that have been prevalent so far this year. It is hard to say if we got a representative sample of bass size, as it seemed that many of the larger fish seemed to be holding on the deep edge of what the shocker boat could effectively sample. The majority of the bass sampled were in the 9” to 12” size, but they also collected a fair number of 14” to 17” size.
He also thinks the 14” to 18” protected slot is still just what the lake needs. There is an abundance of bass in the 9” to 13” size and the regulation is designed to encourage harvest of these fish and try to keep their abundance in check. Once the fish reach about 14” their foraging capabilities change and growth rates tend to improve and the fish seem to be in better condition. But it is only 4 years after the regulation has been in effect and that has not even covered a generation of bass yet.  Plus, we have the compounding factor of very low water levels so it will be really hard to draw any hard and fast conclusion from what has happened with the fishery in the last few years.

Fishing Results: 
9  Northern Pike, 10.3”– 27.0”    Catch/Effort   12.7 per hour.
36 Largemouth Bass,  8.0” – 17.4”  Catch/Effort  51 per hour.
74 Bluegill,  2.9”– 9.1”    Catch/Effort   740 per hour.
9  Pumpkinseed,  3.9”– 7.5”    Catch/Effort   90 per hour.
4 Black Crappie, 7.0”– 9.3”    Catch/Effort   40 per hour.
4 Yellow Perch, 5.4”– 8.1”    Catch/Effort   40 per hour.
2 Rock Bass, 8.3”– 9.3”    Catch/Effort   20 per hour.
There were no walleye, musky, smallmouth bass, white sucker.  Also found were golden shiner. Many bluegills were full of black spot.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

The Rose Breasted Grosbeak is my favorite spring bird.  To me they look like dashing little men in tuxedo's.  

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

2011 Pigion Lake Picnic - Labor Day

a) Since many of our friends from Pigeon Lake were not at the picnic, I think it will be a good idea for John, Jerry, Sandy and Ellen to post their reports on this blog. If possible attach some pictures or if you like you can email me your reports and I can post it on your behalf.

b) If you know some other cabin residents who would like to be included as members of this blog please email me their email address. They can then post directly on the blog.

c) Let me know if you have any suggestions or ideas on this blog.  Thank you.    Andrew

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Pigeon Lake: Drummond WI

This is your new Pigeon Lake Blog. Please feel free to post your  comments, stories, pictures  and  information for us to share.  Thank You.