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The association is aware of a large ice fishing tournament Saturday 2/6. All provisions have been made to control any trespassing across our property and adjacent private property with the approval of that land owner. The association doesn not condone fishing tournaments during the summer unless it's betwenn members (re-published in the fall 2015 newsletter) and we certainly don't condone an ice tournament when the fish are up for grabs through the county park even less through trespassing.
The lake level is down 12" today with the gates still open. The weather this weekend is calling for temps in the 20's. Ice has formed and the fisherman are out in abundance. Our members are doing a great job keeping the gates locked! THANK YOU!!

Our water shed is 240,000 acres upstream, meaning what rain they get north and west of us, comes through our lake. We also have another water shed around 12,000 acres which feed in locally through Squaw and Indian creeks. The gate is wide open so until the rain stops, or things freeze up, the lake level is going to move around.

Shore Walkers Quadrant Map

We have information on some tree diseases that are affecting Michigan trees. There is a link below to different kinds of wilt and canker.
Cytospra Canker Fact Sheet

Dutch Elm Information
Oak Wilt Information
Vert Wilt Information

The final lake spray was completed on August 24, 2015.

Lake Spray Posting 8-24-2015

BOATER SAFETY: TRAVEL COUNTER-CLOCKWISE WHEN UNDERWAY. If everyone else seems to be going the "other way" then you may be going backwards to counter-clockwise. It's for your safety, safe boating practices, as well as being State of Michigan Law.


There has been great interest in the Fish Fund this year. Donations are currently being accepted. All the monies collected go into the account specifically earmarked for planting fish in Lake Isabella. Call the office or stop by for the donation paperwork. Thanks!

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REMINDER: A permit is required for all new seawall work. On previously permited structures, 25% of the facing and 100% of the cap can be repaired without a permit. For Lakefront Property Owners, there is to be RipRap (Rocks) at the base of your seawalls for any new or repaired seawalls, per DEQ Rules as of January 2012.


Annual Membership Dues $195
Annual Maintenance Fee per Lot $30

Priority Dock Fees:
Seawall - $40
Regular - $30
Dock day and after, April 12th 2016
Seawall - $20
Regular - $10

Camping Fees:
Member - $15 per night
Guests - $25 per night
Primitive - $15 p/night

Weekly Rates:
Member - $90 per week
Guest - $150 per week
Monthly rate - MEMBERS ONLY $225

Seasonal Rate - MEMBER ONLY $600
Memorial Day to the weekend after Labor Day.
$5 per night after that until October 31st.


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