No , you usually find them in the water.
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Late post went out last week on black hawk. One crappie walleys where spawning everywhere. Last few crappies I been getting out the lake worms now pretty upset about that. One of my favorite lakes...
Has anyone heard that there was an issue in Beaver Dam lake so Fox Lake level was needed to be drawn down to stop the flow of water by the dam? Is that true? Does anyone know if Fox lake's level is lower than normal, and if so how much. Appreciate any information on this that people can tell us, -- we just want to make sure we can get our boat in and to our pier / lift in the coming days......
Runoff from farm fields and yards that fertilize their lawns contribute nutrients that increase weed growth. We had a lot of rain last summer which means more runoff and more nutrients that flowed into the lake. This causes the increase in weed growth. Invasive species like Eurasian Milfoil and curly leaved pondweed will flourish and crowd out desirable weeds. Everyone needs to clean their boats of weed fragments when they travel from lake to lake as most invasive weeds can reproduce into a new plant with just a chunk of weed . That is why weed cutting is more damaging to a lake than doing nothing. The fragments that are chopped up in a weed cutter will develop into more new plants.
Excited for Summer 2017, but was wondering if anyone had any insight regarding the seaweed levels. Last summer was the worst I could remember in 15 years of coming to Fox Lake. I was wondering if anyone has any idea about what to expect for this upcoming summer? Or even what has caused the rapid increase in seaweed?