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SCMike

FYI - Dangerous Algae Bloom at Lake Shasta

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IXFE

Awesome timing... we leave for Shasta on Monday. :cry:

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SCMike

Bummer!  Good news is, Shasta is a large lake, with many other great options.  Pit arm was always my favorite though. I'm sure you will still have a great time.  

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mrnate450r

We have a handful of lakes that seem to get the algae every year around Kansas. I heard a couple of dogs died because they drank the water. Not something to mess with! 

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henrik

So far it's in a no wake area pretty far up he pit river arm. I'm hoping it will not spread...

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Choiceind

Pyramid Lake too.

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ORMailbuboater

Thanks for the warning   We are heading for Shasta on the 30th.   I never go up the Pit River.  Too many trees.  Fisherman may have a problem.  Going to stay on the McCloud arm most of the time.  Water flows through year round.   

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Ottomatic
16 hours ago, mrnate450r said:

We have a handful of lakes that seem to get the algae every year around Kansas. I heard a couple of dogs died because they drank the water. Not something to mess with! 

I just moved to Kansas what lakes should I watch out for??

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mrnate450r

Cheney, Marion, Afton, and a few others that don't allow recreational boats. What part of Kansas? 

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Ottomatic

Overland Park area

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hethj7
Just now, Ottomatic said:

Overland Park area

Smithville had some blue green algae last year but that is the only time I recall hearing of it in the lakes right around KC. 

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Ottomatic

Ok cool thanks

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henrik

Spent 6 hours on the Sacramento arm of Shasta Lake today and we are ok! No sign of algae...

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