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Lake improvements pay long run dividends

August 3, 2013
By GARRY BRANDENBURG , Times-Republican

GREEN CASTLE is getting a lot of attention from the MCCB staff this summer. As you may already be aware, water levels in the lake continue to go down slowly with the aid of a siphon system. As the water gets lower, dryer exposed shoreline segments are getting attention in order to facilitate shoreline improvements. The lower the water gets the less volume of water there will be for the fish. Later this fall, the final steps in this multi-step process of radical fish management practices will allow a selective poison to be applied by the DNR fisheries management crew of Solon.

 
 
 

 

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