Since January 24, 2020 when we have launched our new website
at FoxRVierSystemWebcams.com the viewership has exploded. Our Google Analytics
shows that we have hit 15,000 users today. Each week we add approximately 560
new users per week. The word is getting out about the cameras being on Lake
Winnebago overlooking different areas of it. People login to see the beautiful
sunrises and sunsets. Our picture history
is being used to go back and see the sunrises during different days.
The cameras have loops built into them and move in approximately
an eight minute cycle. This summer it has been trying for the weather and bad
luck have taken out the cameras ability to function. The public can go to
account, register and login to control the cameras for five minutes and see
what they would like to see. It is a learning curve in that the first few
attempts at moving the cameras to see where they go.
To increase viewership we post on other blogs and Facebook and Instagram pages. We have been on WBAY Channel 2 during the weather broadcast with a live image. We are looking to be in Future Neenah Magazine which features Neenah businesses and information about the community. We have been in Neenah Notes a magazine produced by the city of Neenah.
A big thanks goes out to the person who has put in so much time to make this a big success. The Wind Power Weather Center has three operating weather sensors on the lake now: Wind Power– Fond du Lac, Mansur Bay– Neenah and Brighton Beach– Menasha. You can see the Current Conditions, History, Forecast, Highs & Lows, Weather Calendar and Windsock Sessions. The graphs and charts are the current weather on that area of the lake. They intend to install more sensors on the lake but this takes money, you can donate to their project buy following their donate button on their pages.
And thanks for viewing the website and returning every so
often to view the cameras, Thank You.
Fishing on the Wolf River, Cameras on the Wolf River.
It’s a windy day out today and the kit sailors are out on the water by Wind Power Surf Shop in Fond du Lac. The camera is provided by Wind Power surf shop. Below is a photo of the fun that can be had on the lake when it blows a three sock day.
The walleyes are running up the Wolf River and can be seen on the three cameras under water at Wolf River Cams. The first camera has the most action on it so far with Suckers, Walleyes, Sturgeon, White Bass and Perch on the cameras at Shiocton 1. The second camera is at Shiocton 2. The third camera is in New London. The link for Wolf River Cam is under links, more cameras at FoxRiverSystemWebcams.com it is the first link on the page. There is a camera in Winneconne looking at the river and the fishing docks called the Bridge Cam.
The Wind Power Cam is located at the Wind Power Surf Shop at the south end of Lake Winnebago in Fond du Lac, WI. This is our local Surf Shop specializing in windsurfing, kiting, stand-up-paddling, sailboats and more.
This camera is now officially part of the Fox River System Webcams Network and is being controlled by our Camera Control software. The camera has a lot of features such as sunrise and sunset snapshots, user control and a google map showing the preset positions.
If you search YouTube for Wind Power Cam, you can cast some beautiful sunrises or sunsets to your TV via your roku, chromecast or similar device. The Live Stream has a DVR so you can rewind the video. DVR feature and length can vary by device. Click ‘Live’ at the bottom of the video to restore it to the live video.
If there is an issue with the video, please contact us. If you have a comment, you can post it at the bottom of the page.
The MISSION of FoxRiverSytemWebcams.com is to Promote Fun and Safety on Lake Winnebago and Fox River System.
We provide a number of Live Streaming Cameras around Lake Winnebago and the Fox River. We also provide information, links and news.
So please browse our new site and enjoy the cameras. We are testing a new camera control system that will allow user control, sunrise and sunset images, and other innovative features to help the community make best use of this wonderful resource we have in our area. The camera system is presently in use at WindPowerWeather.com if you are interested in seeing how it works.
Latest images from cameras
If you have any comments or suggestions, please contact us.