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 Corney lake is in the process of a drawdown to ''control vegetation''. But, lilly pads and moss are just like the grass in your yard, they lie dormant in the winter and return in the spring. The drawdown will have minimal positive effects on the lake, especially the way the National forest ignorantly dropped the lake 6 foot in 4 days, then didn't monitor the lake, and let it drop over 12 foot, killing thousands of fish. All they accomplished, was providing
    sunlight to the bottom which will most likely boost vegetation growth, and thinned the fish population immensely. The ducks that came down did not have any vegetation to eat, therefore, they may or may not return in the future (yes,
the lake was full for over half of duck season). A lake that small with that amount of watershed, is nearly impossible to maintain a drawdown on in winter months in the key times of cold weather due to when we do receive cold weather, it normally arrives with rain. And that was the intentions of the national forest, was to let frost kill the vegetation (although dormant in the winter) Says Brandon Brown

I know Corney is in the process of a draw down. My
 
    question is ''is this to get rid of all of those lilly pads?'' The lake is a mess as is. I love the lake, but it is hard to do anything as far as fishing. I sure would like to know. Thanks. Says Jim Montgomery

IF YOU WANT TO FISH A AWSOME SPRING FISHING LAKE, THIS IS THE PLACE TO BE Says Bandy Mcadams

 





      


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