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Lake Weed Control Tips & Tricks - LakeShore Potential
Spring time is a great time to get out and clean up your shoreline. Get out the lake rake and clean up any stones, sticks and leaves debris that may be on your shoreline.
This is a vital step to reducing the muck that keeps building up in your swimming, fishing and boating area each year. The extra effort that you put in each Spring will more than pay you back in the near future with a better shoreline around your dock area.
See what products we recommend to make your job a little easier this Spring on our Do It Yourself (DIY) Lake Weed Control Products page.
The Weed Raker is a great tool for this specific activity
Even though its Summer, you should continue raking and cleaning the shoreline getting ready for your first harvesting of aquatic lake weeds for the year.
A great time to start cutting is when the lake weeds are about half way to the surface of the water. Cutting at this time will make the clean up easier, because the lake weeds will be longer and easier to rake up when they have some size to them.
Once you use the cutter, most lake weeds will float to the surface in a few seconds for easy clean up with a good lake rake. Using a lake rake you can guide and push the lake weeds to the shore or dock area to remove them from the water. Putting the lake weeds up on the dock will allow most of the water to drain from the lake weeds and this will make them lighter when you take them away from the lake.
Always make sure that you follow and understand all DNR or State regulations before removing any aquatic weeds from your lakeshore.
Spring Time 2013 - Things to get done on your LakeShore:
Summer Time 2013 - Things to get done on your LakeShore: