The non-profit Twin Cities Walleyes Unlimited organization helped build a fishing pier on the City of Victoria’s Wasserman Lake.
Funds went directly to Victoria’s 10-acre Wasserman West Lakefront Park (9175 Church Lake Blvd.), which sits on the west side of Wasserman Lake.
Improvements to the lake — water quality and enhanced access and recreation – were spearheaded by the city of Victoria and the Minnehaha Creek Watershed District. Partners included Twin Cities Walleyes Unlimited.
Lake access, fishing access in particular; fits right into Twin Cities Walleyes Unlimited’s mission of connecting Twin City- area residents to the sport of fishing.
Twin Cities Walleyes Unlimited, Inc. organized in 2016 with the purpose of connecting individuals who share a passion for fishing, while helping anglers improve their skills and knowledge. In addition, Twin Cities Walleyes Unlimited gives back to the communities it serves by volunteering time and resources.
Twin Cities Walleyes Unlimited, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The club meets monthly September through May and its meetings feature guest speakers. Past speakers have included Al Linder, Babe Winkelman, Chip Leer, Gary and Tony Roach, Bill Sherck, Ted Takasaki and Dave Gentz.
For more Twin Cities Walleyes Unlimited information, visit tcwalleyes.com.