First off sharing the beautiful sunrise on Lower Kaubashine this week.  The lake mists were rolling

Our lower fall rates start November 1st and the cabins start at 130/night all week long including Friday and Saturday

We have one opening for Thanksgiving and that is Red Pine 4bdr home great for a family at 265/night three night minimum

The rest of the month we have plenty of openings give a call
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A bunch of lake neighbors gathered together to release 1000 walleye fingerlings into the lake.  This group raised money privately to buy the fingerlings.  I have a jar on my desk in the office that goes towards this effort if you feel like dropping a few bucks in the jar.  This is the 2nd year of the stocking.  The DNR also stocked 1000 walleyes as well earlier in the month at Hilltop


Getting ready to head out on the Green Bay Packer pontoon


All the little walleyes waiting to be released into the lake


Everyone took a turn scooping them up and letting them go.  This is Linda Mastalski from across the lake


Linda’s husband Medicine Man Joe



John and Linda Carey releasing a batch


Many will recognize Burnie Lueith who owned Hilltop before Tom and Mary Ellen.  Burnie and everyone pictured above plus many other lake neighbors and guests worked together donating money and making this happen.

Thanks to all that contributed

Can’t wait to see all these little fingerlings when they grow up to be big fish