The mission of the Fish Trap Lake Property Owners Association is to preserve our wildlife and water quality and promote safe recreation for the Fish Trap Lake Community. Established in 1973, we have a proud heritage of working with the community and local government to make Fish Trap Lake safe and fun for recreation while preserving the lake’s environmental quality.
NOTICE: The FTLPOA Board decided to postpone the scheduled vote on the resolutions below until the annual meeting June 22 thus allowing discussion by the Association members present.
Resolved: Fish Trap Lake Property Owner’s Association (“Association”) agrees to annually contribute up to $500 for CD3 Station (“Station”) maintenance for tool replacement and holding tank pumping as long as the Station is placed in proximity to the Association sign, instructing boaters to stop, clean and proceed, so that the Station is optimally situated to be used by boaters both entering and exiting Fish Trap Lake.
Resolved: The Association will work with Morrison County (“County”) to publish information about usage of the Station by boats entering and exiting Fish Trap Lake in both the County and Association’s website and annually in the Morrison County “Record”, paid for by the County, as part of the County’s efforts to stop the spread of aquatic invasive species.
SAVE THE DATE: The Fish Trap Lake Property Owners annual meeting is scheduled for Saturday, June 22 at 9:30 a.m. at the Scandia Valley township hall. The Fish Trap Lake Improvement District (LID) annual meeting will precede the Property Owners meeting at 9:00 a.m.
Mark your calendars – Morrison County is hosting a Lake and River Day Saturday, June 1, 2019 from 8:30 am to Noon at the Initiative Foundation in Little Falls. It is open to all shoreline owners and anyone who uses our lakes and rivers. There will be free well testing for nitrates and presentations by MC Land Services, Soil & Water Conservation District and the DNR. Click here for more information: Save The Date – Lake and River Day 2019
This summer the DNR did a fish survey on our lake. Our association vice president Mike Flanagan observed the activity. His recap and photos can be viewed under the Lake Information tab — An ever changing lake II
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