Beaver Dam Lake Improvement Association, Inc.

(920) 356-1200

Fall 2018 Fish Stocking

The total cost of this stocking is $15,000 and consists of 7,150 perch in the 5-7" category and 13,600 perch in the 3-5" category. This is part of BDLIA's spending $20,000 each year for the past 5 years for fish stocking. We are appreciative of the contributions made by businesses and our members and the support of our spring banquet, which makes all of this possible. This is in addition to our commitment to improve and protect the lake with our work to reduce erosion in some areas of the lake and our partnership with the farming community in the Health Soil - Healthy Water program to reduce nutrient and soil run-off into our lake.

This stocking is in addition to the DNR stocking this past spring of 380,000 fingerling walleye and 20,100 fingerling northern into the lake. Working with the DNR we are continually at work improving the fishery of Beaver Dam Lake.
Restocking 2018

Restocking 2018

Fingerling Sample

Fingerling Sample

Boatlift & Pier Services

Do you enjoy your lakefront property but dread the annual installation and removal of your lake equipment? If so, we can help!

The Beaverland Must-Skis Water Ski Show Team offers boat lift and pier services as a fundraiser for the team. We can make short work of your spring or fall equipment installation/removal with the help of our latest addition, a 2018 27’ Tri-toon Fork Barge, which is equipped with a dual axis hydraulic bed and fully extendable forks. This addition to our Lake Services Fleet will safely and easily handle your lake equipment from the shore to the water and back. Let our years of experience on the water work for you.

Contact Tom Stebbins at (920) 763-4057 Or by Email [email protected] [More]
2018 27’ Tri-toon Fork Barge

2018 27’ Tri-toon Fork Barge

Support for the Formation of a Lake District

The Beaver Dam Lake Improvement Association is supporting the formation of a public inland lake protection and rehabilitation district as the best way to manage Beaver Dam Lake.

A lake district is a recognized unit of government that could be most effective at obtaining funding, enlisting technical assistance and pooling the efforts of people, as well as private and public agencies.

A Lake District is formed by the Dodge County Board when 51% of the property owners in the proposed district sign a petition supporting the formation of a Lake District. Those petitions are being mailed to property owners who own property that touches the Beaver Dam Lake.

Along with the petition was a map of the proposed district and a Q&A providing information on a Lake District along with an illustrative budget detailing an example of a Lake District budget. (click below for a copy of this information). All Lake District budgets must be approved by the Lake District property owners thus this is only an example.

The property owners were encouraged to sign the petition and return it to the BDLIA. They were also invited to attend one of 4 informational meetings that are scheduled for April 21, 22, 25 and 26 at John’s Bar, 1201 Madison St in Beaver Dam. (see our schedule of events for times of these meetings) [Lake District Q&A's]     [Lake District Map]

Accepting Healthy Lakes Grant Applications

BDLIA received two Healthy Lakes grant applications for 2018.

Please contact us if you are interested in applying for 2019. You can qualify for up to $1,000 in grant money for native gardens, rain gardens and other projects. Follow this link for Healthy Lakes project descriptions

For more information and an application, contact BDLIA.

If you are interested in filing a grant application for 2019, please contact us. The deadline for filing with BDLIA will be in January 2019.

If you want to implement a project on your own without hiring a contractor, see the following example and completed layout to help you. [Read More Here]     [Sample Form Template]
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