The sun is out, the ground is relatively dry,so four lake members decided it was the perfect time to remove a huge tree that had fallen into the water. The membership appreciates the men who volunteered their time, effort, and equipment so everyone can experience the best fishing possible. Thank you to the hard working men who removed the huge tree that was in the water between the islands at the south end of the lake. Ray Hagewood, Mike Ford, David Wilburn, Dale Blessing.
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Phase 2 of our lake stabilization took place Friday October 18th, 2013. TYCON Excavatiing of Pulaski unloaded rock on the south end of the lake to stabilize approximately 200 feet of shoreline. In addition, a boat ramp, near the shelter, was put in the water to accomodate any member who need to launch a boat. This is the only area that is authorized to put a watercraft in the lake off of a trailer. Vehicle and empty trailer may park on one of the islands while the member is fishing.