Headwaters Chapter - Eagle River, WI
Official Website of Muskies Inc. Chapter 12
A Message From Your President
To all Members and Visitors,
On Behalf of our organization I would like to extend, to you, a warm welcome and offer you greetings from our Officers & Directors as well. You have entered the "Official Website" of the Headwaters Chapter of Muskies Inc. and at this time I would like to give you a short briefing as to the services of our Club.
Chapter 12 of Muskies Inc. (known as the Headwaters Chapter) was incorporated in 1979 and is one the Original Founding Member Clubs and currently the second largest membership chapter. In its first years the membership was under 60 and has now grown to over 400, from numerous states and also Canada. Muskies Inc. International as sometimes referred to, is parent to over 60 chapters of which we try to be an inspirational leader.
Education is the theme of the Headwaters Chapter, and we are currently supporting numerous research and stocking projects: The Three Lakes Fish & Wildlife Improvement, Trophy Lake Research Project, eradication of Eurasian Milfoil, and the stocking of muskies in numerous Eagle River area lakes. Headwaters also provides financial support for the building of handicap accessible piers, improving boat landings throughout Vilas & Oneida Counties, personnel for Kids Fishing Days and Fishing has No Boundaries, Camp USO-RR for veterans, scholarships at UW-Stevens Point, while suppling the area with printed "Know the Difference" signs and fishing license holders.
The Headwaters Chapter has 6 member outings a year and is host of the Spring Classic Musky Tournament on the Eagle River Chain and the Fall Classic Musky Tournament of the Three Lakes Chain. The efforts these events with our membership have contributed approximately over $300,000.00 to the State and the International Muskies Inc. resource programs.
Thank you for visiting our website and I hope you will enjoy the many pages we have placed at your convenience.
Photo and article reprinted from Wisconsin Outdoors News.