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Why do people think Buffalo lake is a short cut?

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I was on the lake fishing today from about 2-6pm and I witnessed several people drive from the park access to the access on old hwy 25 what give the lake is not a short cut when traffic is bad. This is just like cutting thru a gas station when the light is red not cool. I also witnessed about 4 cars filled with kids around about 3pm just after school gets out whipping donuts on the ice I don't think that they know that doing it on the ice is just as agents the law as doing it in the middle of an intersection. I wonder why the cops don't patrol the lake at this time of day seems like it happens every day. OH and as far as the fishing goes was marking all kind's of fish but no takers.

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BandB, your right on! But if you ask the police? You'll more than likely hear that either it's their area or they don't have time to watch for these things. I think maybe a few officers that have sleds could patrol the lake. It would as make the lake a safer place for us who are fish.

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