The LLLA is in the Leland July 4th parade this year; just a convertible, a banner, and some people walking but all are welcome to attend – the more, the merrier. We will be starting at the intersection of South Street and M-22 at about 3 PM but come earlier if you want to walk with us.
Lake association members have asked us what type of laundry detergent should they be using so as not to nutrient load the lake. Here is a partial list of such detergents:
1. Meyer’s Clean Dry
2. Arm & hammer – a wide variety available
3. Branch Basics
4. Gain Laundry Detergent
5. Tide Pure Clean
The kids fishing day last Sunday was another resounding success with over 500 kids, parents, and grandparents attending. Sheriff Mike Borkovich caught both Jeff Sanborn and Nick Fleezanis at the event!
We would like to thank all the sponsors and volunteers who make this kids fishing event the best in the midwest!
The Glen Lake merganser trapping team has started to trap and remove merganser broods from North Lake Leelanau. The team trapped and removed a brood of 12 from the far north end of the lake and another brood of 8 near the Leland River. Unfortunately, the team missed a brood of 15 at the South end of Robinson’s Bay last Wednesday because of interference by an individual from shore.
Kids’ fishing day is this Sunday, June 24th from 11AM to 3PM at Veronica Valley Park (3885-, 4243 S Lake Leelanau Dr, Lake Leelanau, MI 49653).
Just like previous years, the pond has been stocked and it is free to fish (no license required). A limited number of rods and reels are available if you don’t have one.
The Lake Leelanau Lake Association is seeking a part time Freshwater Biologist. We need someone who loves Lake Leelanau and has a strong lake ecology background to conduct and manage water quality efforts. This is a part-time, hourly, contract position (perfect for either a science teacher or retired biologist) requiring a minimum of 200 – 300 hours per year.
The Leelanau County Sheriff’s Department of Marine Safety will be offering a Boater Safety Class Saturday, June 23, 2018 from 8:00AM to 4:00PM.
For more information on the event, visit the event page here.
With late ice coming off many of the lakes, the water is only about 40 degrees in many spots. Remember the deeper you go the colder it gets. This year the lakes are dangerously cold due to cold weather temperatures. Enter the water slowly and make sure it feels comfortable for you and your child. A temperature below 70 degrees is cold to most swimmers.