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3 hours ago

Does anyone have a contact who would remove the zebra muscles from our shore line swimming area?
I have tried a paint scraper, ice chopper blade and many brushes. It’s a tedious job but would love to hire someone to do this for me. 🏊🏻‍♀️🤿
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4 days ago

Whomever decided to cut weeds in the south branch and not follow the rules, thanks. Our shoreline and bay is now littered with pounds of weeds that we will have to clean up so our boats can move freely. Please read the rules when clearing weeds. You are not to leave them in the water, they are to be pulled to land AND you cannot remove them during spawning season. Please have some consideration for your neighbour's on the lake. ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

Wondering if anyone has seen any Gypsy Moth (new name Spongy Moth, I think ) caterpillars. Last year they were seen on clothes on clotheslines and climbing up chair legs on grass under trees at this time in May.
Remember, at this point they look like little black ants but if you look very closely you can see that they are tiny caterpillars. And I seem to remember, they were all climbing upwards!
Better to identify if they are here now. They grow so fast!
Hoping that no one has seen any and we will have a better year this year and I don't have to run out and put preventative tape and burlap on all my trees!
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Fingers crossed

I believe they are always here. They seem to be cyclical in nature, as to when they will appear in abundance

So far so good at our house. Last year they were awful.

They were brutal last year. I put up a number of lure traps for the males and eliminated hundreds but there were egg clusters everywhere, some far too high up on the trees for me to remove. I did notice the downy woodpeckers were going after the caterpillars though!

Keep our fingers crossed.

I have seen them unfortunately 😕

have saw alot. its normal though there part of the food chain. every few years there can be too many tho

We've seen them here too, unfortunately. Not as many as last year, yet! South Branch, south of the narrows

I don’t want to jinx it.. but none here also….

1 very tiny worm , back to normal few . Guess Covid got ‘‘em all 🥴

Sawmill Lane, none so far...🙏

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4 days ago

We rescued this boat from the bottom of a small bay near us on the North branch. Please let us know if it belongs to you or someone you know. ... See MoreSee Less

We rescued this boat from the bottom of a small bay near us on the North branch.  Please let us know if it belongs to you or someone you know.

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Hi Ian - we lost a similar boat YEARS ago. If no one claims it we can come take a look. I think it’s not ours, but my partner things maybe…

2 days ago

Does anyone have a rhubarb plant they can sell me? ... See MoreSee Less

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Try Debby and Reece our next door neibour

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