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No wake restriction lifted in Murray County

SLAYTON -- The no wake restriction has been lifted on all lakes in Murray County, including Lake Shetek and Bloody Lake. Individuals are asked to comply with the no wake 150 feet from the shoreline. There still may be debris floating, so boaters ...

SLAYTON - The no wake restriction has been lifted on all lakes in Murray County, including Lake Shetek and Bloody Lake.

 

Individuals are asked to comply with the no wake 150 feet from the shoreline. There still may be debris floating, so boaters are urged to use caution while on the water. Those who happen to come across debris on the lake and have the ability to remove it should do so. If the debris is too large, tie a plastic jug on it in an attempt to mark it and notify the Murray County Sheriff’s Office at (507) 836-6168.

 

People are asked to follow all boating rules and regulations, which can be found on the Minnesota DNR website.

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