Billy

Cookeville, TN

#1 Jul 6, 2014
Has the powers that be lost their minds. That is the spraying of Lake Guntersville. This is a top 5 lake in the nation for bass fishing. While I know that not everybody fishes, those thousands that do come into Alabama spend millions. I think that the tax revenue lost will be noticed in increased property taxes for property owners.

This so a few elite lakefront owners will not have to deal with the weeds themselves.
The Observer

Cookeville, TN

#2 Apr 3, 2016
Billy wrote:
Has the powers that be lost their minds. That is the spraying of Lake Guntersville. This is a top 5 lake in the nation for bass fishing. While I know that not everybody fishes, those thousands that do come into Alabama spend millions. I think that the tax revenue lost will be noticed in increased property taxes for property owners.
This so a few elite lakefront owners will not have to deal with the weeds themselves.
No one cares!
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#3 Apr 6, 2016
Billy wrote:
Has the powers that be lost their minds. That is the spraying of Lake Guntersville. This is a top 5 lake in the nation for bass fishing. While I know that not everybody fishes, those thousands that do come into Alabama spend millions. I think that the tax revenue lost will be noticed in increased property taxes for property owners.
This so a few elite lakefront owners will not have to deal with the weeds themselves.
If it were native weeds,people wouldn't have as much a problem. The weeds that have to be controlled are non-native and left uncontrolled,they will take over the lake as in the 80's. There is plenty of nice weed beds up and down the river other than in the populated areas . As in the last few weekends, Guntersville lake is over fished by wannabe tournament amateurs trying to justify the cost of a boat that costs more than their house trailer and the fish as getting wise when hit by hundreds of lures a day. You've been listening to too much misinformation down at Bubba's Bait Bucket about the weed control program. TVA contracts spraying around loading ramps and heavily populated areas, not the whole river as you believe. The contractors put out red markers on trees around the shoreline to mark where spraying has taken place. If control goes back to the homeowners, fishing would be hazardous to your health as every kind of weed poison available in uncontrolled amounts would be put in with no control or enforcement. You would not know what's on your hands,live well,or boat until you got home and glowed in the dark. Let the TVA biological experts do their jobs and quit suckering into misinformation. Gocatchabigun!

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