I think they need to ask themselves if the lake is at it's lowest point in generations due to the low rainfall? I've noticed (ok, so its' a river instead) the st. louis river being down at least a foot below normal, probably more, that the weed cover is disappearing earlier than it normally does.|
If they're that worried about it though, why didn't the article say the DNR scooped some of the "sludge" and tested it to identify? Obviously they've done a water sample because it didn't mention the lake or beaches being closed.
Even a BAD day of fishing is better than a good day of work; paydays excluded!
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