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Lone Lake Carp Exclusion Project & Closure Coordinator: Terry Abrams
« Opened on December 01, 2016, 11:25:01 AM (Edited August 26, 2017, 04:51:37 PM) »
Lone Lake Closue ( UpDate 3)
From Terry Abrams. Lone Lake will be closed until further Notice

Lone Lake Carp Exclusion Project ( UpDate 2)
Please refer to the Following article on the latest Bow Hunting on Lone Lake.

Expert boating bowmen, baited by grateful goading fly fishers, take on the challenge "bet you can't hit one" and show their prowess at Lone Lake. Taking nine of the wily rascals from an obviously well equipped weapons delivery platform these marksmen plan on a rematch 5 May. Nine down and maybe a couple of hundred to go is a really good start and the Northwest Fly clubs applaud their efforts. Fidalgo Fly Fishers president Ryan Johnson was overheard saying what a great sea run cutthroat fly delivery system that boat could be. In all seriousness we are lucky fishers that Jake Jacobson continues to lead this endeavor.

In 2007 Grass Carp were introduced into Lone Lake to help reduce noxious weeds.  What could go wrong?

The following reports summarize the results of the carp exclusion project at Lone Lake, Island County. The project was completed by volunteers from the Evergreen Fly Fishing Club and the Whidbey Island Fly Fishing Club, with financial support from the Island County Noxious Weed Board.


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