WLBCR Lakes Association 2021 Survey
Survey of Property Owners on Wabedo, Little Boy, Cooper and Rice Lakes

Thank you for taking the Wabedo‐Little Boy‐Cooper‐Rice Lakes Association survey. There are 16 questions, which will take about 10 minutes of your time. The last two questions are open‐ended, where you will have an opportunity to add whatever additional comments you like. You will also have an opportunity to add your email address to enter the random prize drawing for a $25 gift certificate to the Longville retail store of your choice. Your email address will be separated from your answers. Responses will only published in aggregate.
How long have you/your family owned property on a WLBCR lake? *
Do you … *
Are you a current member of WLBCR Lakes Association? *
I amIf you are not a current member, what prevents you from being a member? (Check all that apply) *
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How long have you personally been fishing on a WLBCR lake? *
Since you started fishing on a WLBCR lake, or from what you have heard from others, has the fishing... *
Overall, are you satisfied with the current status of the WLBCR lakes fishery? *
In 2003, a 24" ‐ 36" northern pike Protected Slot Limit (limit of three, one over 36”) was implemented on Wabedo and Little Boy lakes in an effort to increase the average size of northern pike. Within the last few years the DNR implemented new zone based northern pike regulations statewide. These zone based regulations don’t apply to our lakes because we have our own special regulation. There are 3 zones in the state and our lakes are in the North Central zone. The standard North Central regulation is PSL of 22” ‐ 26” (limit of ten, two over 26”). Do you support asking the Minnesota DNR to cancel our current northern pike 24” ‐ 36” PSL and revert to the standard northern pike 22"‐ 26” PSL? *
The Minnesota DNR has established new sunfish and crappie regulations on many lakes. These regulations lower daily limits on specific waters as part of the DNR's initiative to protect and improve panfish sizes. The changes are in response to angler‐driven concerns over the declining sizes of sunfish. Were you familiar with this DNR panfish initiative before today? *
Do you support asking the DNR to consider establishing new regulations to lower the daily limit on panfish on WLBCR lakes? *
How knowledgeable would you say you are regarding the threat of Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) to our lakes? *
What actions do you regularly take to reduce the spread of AIS? (Check all that apply) *
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What do you think is/are the most important topics/projects for the WLBCR Lakes Association to work on exploring or improving? (Check all that apply) *
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What other comments, suggestions or concerns do you have about the WLBCR lakes? *
What other comments, suggestions or concerns do you have for the WLBCR board of directors? *
If you would like to enter the random prize drawing for a $25 gift certificate to the Longville retail store of your choice, please add your email address. Your email address will be separated from your answers. Survey answers will only be published in aggregate.
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