Last summer I used a product called "30 SECONDS Spray & Walk Away". You literally spray it on and walk away. It worked really well. I searched and read quite a bit about killing moss on roofs and sidewalks, and this product came up time and time again. It kills slowly over a period of several weeks. The moss turns from green to brown and then can be "gently" washed off so it doesn't take the mineral granules off of the shingles. Most of what I read online indicated that a bleach solution is not very effective at killing the moss.
Well, my annual trip was only an extended weekend this year, as I had to use my actual vacation to go to Florida for a wedding.
Drove up Friday morning after work, and was able to hit Two Island Lake for a few hours in the evening. As soon as we boated to my secret spot, a storm cloud moved over and the wind was insane! Temps dropped, and I only caught a few smallies.
on Saturday we went to Greenwood Lake. Even though we caught about 50 bass, it was still a slow day. Weather was perfect. Bugs were horrible! My dad caught a nice lake trout. My daughter caught her first northern pike, and I also caught one. Fished this lake for 30 years and never even seen a pike, now they’re taking over!
Fished Hungry Jack on the final day. Weather was once again perfect! Only caught a few bass. My son absolutely loves fishing off the resort’s dock. So the kids had a blast catching sunnies (including my daughter’s first).
Was a bummer we only got to stay up there a few days. My dad stayed until today, but I haven’t heard how he did. Didn’t see any moose. Was also the first time I’ve been up there and did not catch a trout. We got our fill of Sven & Ole’s and world’s best donuts. We might try to go back up next month.
Sand does too, but the size structure has gotten a bit better the last 5 years or so IMO. Still a lot of 17-23" ones in there, personally I like 'em around 20" if I'm going to keep them. Only 1(32") > 26" in the last 10-15 years out of there but I, like most I know, don't use minnows very much.