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Habitat Day a Success - We had a great turn-out of volunteers on a beautiful Sunday morning to help sink Christmas trees in both the Small Lake and the Big Lake.  The club was able to sink hundreds of trees between both lakes to help out with the fish habitat.  Thanks to all that came out and helped.

  

Why join the Lake Saint Louis Anglers? As residents of Lake St. Louis, the appearance and quality of our recreational water affects us all. Our goal is to have a positive impact on the conservation of our lakes. Your membership in the Lake St. Louis Anglers Club will go a long way toward improving the lakes for everyone. In addition, you will receive our monthly newsletter that’s jam packed with information on upcoming events and news on conservation issues as it relates to our lakes. You’ll be invited to participate in the many fishing tournaments, family outings and conservation projects that we plan each year. Be a part of the growing movement to preserve and improve our fishery. If you enjoy fishing in Lake St. Louis and want to help improve it, join the Lake St. Louis Anglers Club today!

Come visit us at one of our monthly meetings held on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at the Community Association Clubhouse (7:00pm). You can also fill out an anglers club application found in the tackle box menu on the left and mail it in.

 

Upcoming events:

3/28/15 Buddy Bass Tournament, Windjammer Point, 8:00am - 1:00pm
4/8/15 Ice Breaker Party, C.A. Clubhouse, 6:00pm - 9:00pm
4/12/15 Spring Big Bass Bash, Windjammer Point, 8:00am - 1:00pm
4/23/15 Thursday Night Derby, Windjammer Point, 5:30pm - Dusk
4/25/15 Two Day Buddy Bass Tournament, Windjammer Point, 7:00am - 1:00pm
4/26/15 Two Day Buddy Bass Tournament, Windjammer Point, 7:00am - 1:00pm
4/30/15 Thursday Night Derby, Windjammer Point, 5:30pm - Dusk

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 March 2015 13:12
 

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Lake Conditions

As of 3/18/15

Large Lake
Water Level: Full Pool
Water Clarity: Cloudy
Water Temp: 51 degrees
Small Lake
Water Level: Full Pool
Water Clarity: Clear
Water Temp: 50 Degrees

 

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