Browsing All Posts filed under »Lake Kegonsa«

Babcock and LaFollette Locks and Dams Upgrades

April 1, 2012


Nearly $1.5 Million Lock & Dam Restoration, Increase of Public Fishing Access, in Dane County Parks
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 3/30/2012 Issued By: County Executive... [Read more...]

Lake Conditions

January 5, 2012


Today, I'm posting more links that I've been collecting. This batch of links has to do with lake conditions.... [Read more...]

Bait & Tackle Shops

August 12, 2011


Every now and then I’ll discover a new (to me) lure or gizmo that’s either discontinued by the manufacturer or in limited supply. Or, I’ll be in the position of needing to replace a rare piece of tackle. Besides searching eBay and other online sources, checking local stores can also be useful. Visiting some small […]

Fish Camp Park

April 25, 2011


Fish Camp Park in McFarland is on the northern end of Lake Kegonsa where the Yahara River enters. The park map shows two parking areas. The eastern side is the boat launch where the restrooms and fish cleaning facility are located. The western parking lot is known as the canoe launch area. A fee is […]

LaFollette Park Lock & Dam

April 24, 2011


At the Yahara River outlet of Lake Kegonsa is the lock and dam at LaFollette County Park. The park’s shelter and picnic area was described in a previous post. If you like river shore fishing with current, the lock and dam is the place to go. Parking is a bit limited, though. When the kids […]

LaFollette County Park

April 23, 2011


LaFollette Park is on the eastern shore of Lake Kegonsa just down the road from Lake Kegonsa State Park. LaFollette, as shown in the park map, has two areas of interest. There’s the shelter/picnic area, which this post will cover, and the lock & dam that will be covered in a separate post.  

Amundson Landing

April 21, 2011


On the southern end of Lake Kegonsa in Stoughton is the Amundson Landing on Quam Drive. Another popular access point during ice fishing season. The county map shows this site as a shore fishing spot, but there’s not much shoreline. Parking is available on the street so it’s best to leave the small parking lot […]