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 What is the Fox River Navigational System Authority?

The Fox River Navigational System Authority (FRNSA) was created to manage the Fox River Locks following the transfer of the system from the Corps of Engineers to the State of Wisconsin in 2004. As specified in Chapter 237, Wisconsin Statutes, the Authority's primary mission is to repair, rehabilitate, operate and maintain the locks system. 

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Ice Fishing this Winter? We Need Your Help

As ice fishing heats up on the Lake Winnebago System, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is urging anglers to report the incidental catch of round gobies in the lower Fox River above the Rapide Croche Dam, in Little Lake Butte des Morts and in Lake Winnebago. The DNR requests that any goby caught while icefishing within the Winnebago area be reported via the online survey tool at  http://dnr.wi.gov/u/?q=132 These records will help determine the extent of gobies in the region.
(Full Press Release from the WDNR)


Celebration Time at the Locks !!
Thanks to everyone that stopped by in Kaukauna to help celebrate the rebuilding of the Fox River Locks. Please take a moment and enjoy the articles posted in the local media and a brief video-slideshow of the event.
"Valley Marks Restoration of Fox Locks"
"Flooding the Kaukauna Locks" - Timelapse
http://post.cr/1Jkxxew - Slideshow
Event video-slideshow



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