With summer fast approaching, residents of Loon Lake may need to be careful jumping off the end of their piers less they come up with a muddy body. Tom Curtin of Branch, Michigan, has informed me that Loon Lake’s shoreline is receding to the point where many piers are now completely out of the water!
This could well be due to the lack of snowfall due to a mild winter. I wonder if other area lakes are similarly affected such as Alice, Big Bass, Little Bass, Seaman, and Sauble lakes? Let us know what the state of your area lake is like in respect to its shoreline.
Perhaps all is needed are a few good Spring rainstorms?