COMPASS POINTS It's 'game on' at Devils Lake
Devils Lake is clear of ice finally! and a couple of area fishing guides recommend finding the warmest water for the best early season walleye action.
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The rise of Devils Lake has swallowed hundreds of thousands of acres of farmland, crushing the livelihoods of those affected. But some former farming families have switched gears, turning the lake from damaging to dollar signs.
Warm temperatures this week will help melt ice on Devils Lake removing one of the final obstacles before the the Devils Lake outlets can be turned on for the season. But officials say we're still likely weeks away from seeing water pumped off the lake.
People in the Lake Region are hoping the recent good news about flooding in the Red River valley spreads to the Devils Lake. With less severe flooding than anticipated they hope to be able to turn on the two Devils Lake outlets sooner than expected.
The effects of flooding could be felt in the Lake Region as soon as this weekend when temperatures are expected to reach into the 60s. That warm weather will hasten the spring melt, leaving rural roads vulnerable.
As the Red River Valley prepares for significant flooding this year the Lake Region is waiting to deal with its own flooding. Two state outlets can't begin moving water from Devils Lake until the flood crests downstream, which could take weeks.
Devils Lake students are breaking out the big bus to help fight hunger in the Lake Region. The Devils Lake High School student council is going around to every school in the district organizing a mass food drive.
Devils Lake will be welcoming a brand new hotel before the year is out. The city commission approved the development of a 60 room "Sleep Inn" hotel across from where a proposed convention center is slated to be built.
One year ago today boats were cruising on clear water on Devils Lake, but today the lake remains covered with more than 30 inches of ice. With those good ice conditions, fishing experts are telling anglers to keep their winter gear handy for at least the next few weeks.
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