We’re about conservation, community, education and outreach.
The Otter Street Fishing Club began back in 1962 as strictly an ice fishing club with the purpose of supplying ice bridges and plowed roads to those looking to access Lake Winnebago during Wisconsin’s coldest winters.
The Club was comprised of nearly a dozen guys looking for ways to achieve this end goal. Shortly after its inception in February of ’62, the Club was maintaining ice bridges and plowing roads on Winnebago for the fishing community to use. Over the next 6+ decades Otter Street would go on to evolve into so much more.
Here we are with nearly 800 life members, and over 1,000 annual members
…and the influence of the Club’s outreach is continuing to have lasting and truly profound impacts.
While we still supply those ice bridges and maintain those ice roads…
We are now doing so much more for our local community as well! Throughout the years, the Club’s mission has evolved and broadened in scope; now serving to provide the betterment of fishing on our Lake Winnebago system.