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Lare Pie

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There are rumors that the lake [PoorWordUsage]'n had the weeds sprayed in lake 3. Is this true? Are there any weeds left?

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Lar pie - I was out last Friday and there were plenty off weeds in the 3 rd lake, I know the lake assins have a weed cutter out there that gets pretty heavy use as the summer goes on. I hope they didn't do this.

On a side note we live quite close, I see your boat when I take my kid to Quincy park for t-ball.

RU

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Was out Sunday last weekend, weeds were fine in 3 where I fished, but I wasn't hear shore where they typically spray. I hate lake associations.

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Sounds like its just a rumor. I don't know why they would start spraying, hasn't been done in past years. I've also seen the weed cutter machine out there in the past. What a waste of time. The boaters do a really good job of cutting up the weeds.

RU - I would tell you to stop by & talk muskies but I'm sleeping at that time. I work 3rd shift.

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Last year the weed cutter was put on the shelf. It did help with the here today gone tomorrow weed beds that Forest was famous for. I haven't heard anything in the local papers about the plan for 09 though.

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Setterguy - for some reason I'm think that last year that didn't even make it the whole year like they said. I could be wrong last year was a long time ago... Haha

lare pie - yikes 3rd shift - bet that works real nice for fishing.

RU

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