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stephendawg

Vermilion lake level

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I know it's been dry and Pelican has been pretty low. What's the status of Vermilion especially on the west end?

Our family will be heading up tomorrow.

Thanks for any info.

Steve (Dawg)

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The lake level on Vermilion is still close to normal, maybe a few inches low now.

Cliff

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It was falling pretty fast but the rain the last couple of days has slowed it down some.

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Just got back from a 2 week stay. I agree that the lake levels looked normal. Only had a couple of small rains while we were there. Be safe. Have fun!

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The lake level is at least 1 foot or more low again!

Be careful close to shorelines!

Cliff

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those rocks that were rearing their ugly prop biting heads are starting to show up again...if you aren't sure about what is under you...SLOW DOWN!!!

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