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Old 08-23-2017, 07:30 PM
couleefolk couleefolk is offline
 
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I've been doing a little reading on it. I feel bad for the cattle that were swimming in it on a day that the wind stood still and in the heat of the day the herd went for a swim. The lake turned into a bad bowl of green and blue pudding, and the smell was enough to turn your stomach. We could not see fish that we knew were just beneath the surface while reeling them in. The next day the wind picked up and we could see fish about 1.5 feet down again. The algae is pretty nasty stuff, we try not to touch any of it, and now try to avoid it if at all possible. Stay safe!
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