Rock Koshkonong Lake District 2022 spring newsletter

Click here to download complete newsletter. Today, May 24, 2022 is the first day since the week of March 21, 2022 RKLD has been close to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources mandated winter maximum water level at 776.00 with a water level at USGS gauge...

2022 Winter Newsletter

Welcome to a chilly Lake Koshkonong and Rock River! Excellent ice fishing is being reported on the lake with 2-12 inches of ice with excellent water clarity. Precipitation and ground water levels in the water shed are extremely low and water resources are limited....

Winter Drawdown Details

Winter Drawdown Initiation will begin October 15th and be completed by November 1st Prior to the 2019 order (2017) there was a water temperature qualifier that dictated the rate of drawdown that started on September 30 with winter level set at current level by October...

Nominations for RKLD Board position now being accepted

During the RKLD Annual Meeting on Saturday, August 28 one board member will be elected for a three-year term.  Nominations will also be made at the meeting.   The board is always looking for new district members to bring in their ideas. If you are interested in...

Lake District Report July 2021

The end of a dry spring and a dry June along with timely rainfall and the closing of all gates bring water levels to the WDNR Operating Order summer level maximum of 776.55 feet above sea level. The Indianford Dam operator intends to maintain that maximum level until...

Contact Form issue resolved on website

It has come to our attention that our contact form on the the RKLD website was not functioning properly due to software issues and that some emails did not reach Commissioners. We have resolved that issue and it is operating correctly again as of 6/9/2021. All emails...

RKLD Spring 2021 Notes

As we move into the middle of spring of 2021 there are concerns and questions about the water level of Lake Koshkonong and Rock River. After a heavy snowpack followed by a no runoff snow melt with rainfall 3+ inches below normal we have a water level we have not seen...