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Conservation

  

  The Spring membership meeting will be held on Thursday, March 26, 2015. Our meeting will take place in Keyesport at the Keys restaurant starting at 7pm. . Please come join us and get the scoop for the upcoming season and a year review. 

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Welcome

All members of the Carlyle Lake Waterfowlers Association would like to welcome you to our website. We have an open door policy here so if you have an idea on how to make hunting conditions better feel free to let us know! 
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For the Ducks

" Common sense is the knack of seeing things as they are and doing things as they ought to be done"

-Stowe

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Thanks to CLWA Members

CLWA would like to welcome all its new members and sponsors. With out you the projects we have been funding would not be possible. Remember 100% of the proceeds go right back into the Carlyle Lake Wildlife Areas.
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WEAR it!

Nearly 90% of drownings on Corps of Engineers likes could have been prevented had the victim been wearing a life jacket.

Carlyle Lake Waterfowlers Association, Inc.

THIS SITE IS NOW INACTIVE. PLEASE VISIT US ON FACEBOOK:

https://www.facebook.com/CLWAWATERFOWLERS

 


We are a group of avid waterfowlers and Outdoorsmen who for over 20 years have put forth an effort to help preserve the habitat for wintering waterfowl and all wildlife. We assist with setting policy in the best interest of the public hunter in the Carlyle Lake area while also representing the newly formed South Central Zone. Join us today and help Carlyle Lake become your home to a place that you'll once remember! "We Live the Outdoors!" 

IF YOU HUNT PUBLIC AREAS, AND THESE ISSUES ARE OF INTEREST TO YOU, JOIN THE CARLYLE LAKE WATERFOWLERS TODAY AND HELP MAKE CARLYLE LAKE A BETTER PLACE TO HUNT! 

Our general membership meetings are held in the fall and in the spring. See Events Calendar for other dates,  time, and agendas. Dues are only $15.00 per year! (NOTE) CLWA is not a guide service. For all directions, regulations, waterfowl counts and questions concerning rules for the public areas, please contact the IDNR or the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for their respective areas that they manage. Thank you.