Survey Opportunity – Wild Rice Knowledge

Evelyn Moran, a master’s degree student at UW-Madison, has prepared a survey about wild rice. This is part of a larger research project focused on wild rice revitalization on the Lake Koshkonong watershed system. The survey is designed to gain a better understanding...

RKLD 2022 Fall Newsletter

Letter From The Chair Welcome to the Rock Koshkonong Lake District 2022 fall newsletter. As we move to the end of the boating season, a reminder to take advantage of unusually high water on Lake Koshkonong and Rock River, to move lifts and watercraft that require...

Slow-No-Wake Zones restrictions placed along the Rock River

September 16, 2022 – According to the US Geological Survey Gauge, the water level for Lake Koshkonong is 8.10 feet. County Ordinance requires a slow-no-wake speed restriction be placed on the Rock River between the Indianford Dam and Lake Koshkonong when water...

Update: Water levels on Lake Koshkonong and Rock River

August 24, 2022 To:  RKLD Residents and Visitors From: Alan Sweeney, RKLD Chair I have received several inquiries about the water levels on Lake Koshkonong and Rock River. While Rock Koshkonong Lake District’s Dam Operator is keeping the lake level within the WDNR...

2022 Annual Newsletter

Download Entire Newsletter here.  The end of 2021 and the beginning of 2022 has been a full schedule of preparations for the WDNR water control directive 2014 at the Indianford Dam. Following the 2021 annual meeting bids for the Indianford Water Control Project were...

RKLD Annual Meeting August 27

The annual meeting will be held on Saturday, August 27 at 9:00 a.m.  During the annual meeting two board members will be elected. This is a three-year term.  Nominations will also be made at the meeting.  The board is always looking for new district members to bring...

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...