It’s like that at Harris Lake, too. That’s why we stopped going there. It gets hung up in your fishing line, your boat prop, etc. And it’s a nightmare for water skiers. It can transport itself from one lake to another, via boat trailers. When we backed our boat up, it would wrap itself around the boat trailer, so we had to make sure we cleaned the trailer afterward, as not to infect, another lake. I wish people would treat their boats, trucks, and trailers, like they do at the ocean. When we take our equipment to the beach (boat/trailer/truck) we always wash the sea salt off after we return home. I wish people would be just as diligent with lake water contaminants. – C Kondakor

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  1. Frank Timberlake August 6, 2011

    Thanks, Chriss


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