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A failure of a Beaver Dam was the Cause of our High Water Event
Residents of the Lake District will be receiving the latest copy of Lake Currents, our annual Spring Newsletter in the mail.
Notice of Application for Aquatic Plant Management Permit
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In early September I had an opportunity to venture out on a Canadian fishing expedition to a remote lake in Canada…
Several years ago, I had given a presentation about cats at a Twin City Nature Center. The Center asked me to give a talk on cats. My first thought was “how could anyone talk an hour about cats?”
North Dakota lakes are very similar to the small lakes we have back in Wisconsin minus the trees. They are very sandy with few contours and relatively shallow. When fishing them we seldom hung up on rocks or downed trees…