Sunday, 26 June 2022

Gunier: Why allow fishing tournament in flooded conditions

A dock on Clear Lake in Lake County, Calif., impacted by the high water. Photo courtesy of Rick Gunier.

Its disappointing that our local chamber doesn’t move their fishing tournament scheduled for this weekend to a date that our lake isn’t at flood stage.

We lakefront property owners deserve more than this.

Really, assuming out-of-area fishermen in a competitive tournament fishing for money don’t respect or follow rules like max 5 mile per hour speed limits, while on the lake.

Boat wakes and wakes from winds do major damage to many of us lakefront properties.

Rick Gunier lives in Jago Bay near Lower Lake, Calif.

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