Businesses Welcome End Of ‘No Wake’ On Lake Mtka.After seven weeks of slow going on Lake Minnetonka, the emergency no-wake restrictions will end at midnight on Thursday. Last month's heavy rain sent the lake to a record high, but it's fallen nearly a foot since June 5, when the emergency high-water declaration went into effect.
No Wake Restrictions To Be Lifted On Lake MinnetonkaIt's a calm morning at Gray's Bay on Lake Minnetonka Thursday, but that will change when no-wake restrictions are lifted. Keyon Cooley, who fishes on the lake, drags his fishing boat to a public access point at Grey's Bay at least twice a week.
‘No-Wake’ Restrictions On Several MN Lakes If you're planning on hitting the water this weekend, try not to make any waves. No-wake zones remain in effect on several area lakes because of the high water. On Prior Lake, a wall of sandbags is all that stands between the lake and several neighborhoods.
High Water Levels On Green Lake Threaten Isanti Co. ResidentsLake residents in parts of east central Minnesota are hoping for drier weather soon as high water remains a big problem for many near Green Lake in Isanti County. High water is typical of many lakes in Isanti, Chisago and Anoka Counties. Heavy spring rains and snowmelt have swollen lake levels, putting a pinch in the start of the boating season.
No-Wake Boating Imposed On St. Croix RiverAuthorities have imposed no-wake restrictions on boaters venturing out onto the St. Croix River. Because of high water levels, boaters on the St. Croix between Taylors Falls, Minn., and Prescott, Wis., must go slow to reduce shoreline erosion.
No-Wake Rule Remains In Effect On St. Croix RiverAnglers planning to head out Saturday for the border waters walleye opener on the lower St. Croix (croy) River are reminded that no-wake restrictions remain in effect because of high water.