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Justine Wettschreck/Daily Globe Oxygen levels on most area lakes are still acceptable according to the DNR. Ice fishing houses scattered across Lake Okabena show that fishermen are making the attempt to make their big catch.

Oxygen levels looking good

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SLAYTON -- Word from Murray County Parks Director Justin Hoffman to commissioners last week was that Lake Louisa's oxygen level was low, something the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is keeping an eye on.


"We (take readings) to inform the commissioners and local anglers," Hoffman explained. "The DNR does testing too, and does a better job of recording their findings."

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