The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources will host a public meeting on Tuesday to discuss the state of the smallmouth bass fishery in the area. The meeting will be held at Crossroads at Big Creek in the Lecture Hall and will give DNR staff members an opportunity to engage stakeholders and share information on the status of the fishery in the waters of Lake Michigan and Green Bay surrounding Door County. Local kayak fishing expert Bill Schultz, who plans on attending the meeting, says the last time a session was held two years ago the feedback was very helpful for all parties involved.
The smallmouth bass discussion will begin at 6:30 pm on Tuesday at the Crossroads at Big Creek Lecture Hall in the John Collins Learning Center. The meeting is free for the public to attend and is expected to last two hours.