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Baylor Lake Algae? #13466752 03/10/20 07:24 PM
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Heard some discouraging news about Baylor Lake. It sounds like the algae has returned. I heard one report of floating dead carp against the dam. Another report of 8-10 bass floating. It is a shame as the lake was making a come back.

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Re: Baylor Lake Algae? [Re: skeeter61] #13466856 03/10/20 09:19 PM
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That does suck.

Re: Baylor Lake Algae? [Re: skeeter61] #13466942 03/10/20 10:42 PM
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sure hate to hear that.

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