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LOP help #13416726 01/26/20 04:11 PM
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Is there alot of standing timber in this lake ? Curious as far as running a boat. Thanks

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Re: LOP help [Re: Vicjay] #13416730 01/26/20 04:23 PM
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Tons of it. Be very careful.

Re: LOP help [Re: Vicjay] #13416974 01/26/20 10:12 PM
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There's plenty of open water from the mouth of Johnson Creek to the dam. All that area is open. From Johnson Creek to Alley Creek stay on the north 1/3 of the lake shore.
All the rest ask locals or get a good map. And proceed with caution. The lake is approx 4" above normal and 95% of the tree tops are about 1-2 ft under the water. Even when running in 40 FOW. On the rest of the lake, unless I'm in a boat lane, I'm at idle speed.


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Re: LOP help [Re: Vicjay] #13417409 01/27/20 05:23 AM
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When lake gets low you gotta worry about concrete in the boat lane...


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Re: LOP help [Re: Ken Gaby] #13418515 01/28/20 03:48 AM
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Originally Posted by Ken Gaby
There's plenty of open water from the mouth of Johnson Creek to the dam. All that area is open. From Johnson Creek to Alley Creek stay on the north 1/3 of the lake shore.
All the rest ask locals or get a good map. And proceed with caution. The lake is approx 4" above normal and 95% of the tree tops are about 1-2 ft under the water. Even when running in 40 FOW. On the rest of the lake, unless I'm in a boat lane, I'm at idle speed.


Couldn't have said it better. I'm on this lake every day and Ken is 100 percent correct.

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