About Mike Lynch

Mike Lynch is a multimedia reporter for the Adirondack Explorer. He can be reached at mike@adirondackexplorer.org.

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  1. Jeremy Carr says

    We often take a sunset cruise and are back into Mossy Point long after the lake stewards have gone home and would be hugely impacted if the Stewards had to lick gates behind them when they left if that were the rule. For us renting a dock on the lake even in the North end is not financially an option and we rely on the flexibility of the existing arrangements.

    • dwlewis says

      So to accomodate you, the lake should be at risk??

      Seems like another of the “entitled class”; “after me, you come first”.

  2. Judson Witham says

    What about all the Lake Flushing of the Lake George Sewage Laced polluted waters to Lake Champlain when DEC FLUSHES Lake George all the time ?

    See the Poisoning of Lake Champlain and the Poisoning of Lake George on all the search engines. The FACTS ARE STUBBORN on these points.

    Judson Witham

  3. Judson Witham says

    The massive Poisoning of Lake Champlain by Lake George is rhe real story. All the LEACHATE Sewage and Mill Wastes. See The Poisoning of Lake George.

    The problem is the TOURISTS and the FAKE TREE HUGGERS

  4. Judson Witham says

    The massive Poisoning of Lake Champlain and LGPC and NYS DEC avoid the FACTS like the Plague

    The problem is the DEC and the LGPC with FIMD FOR LG …. THEY ARE FAKE TREE HUGGERS

  5. Judson Witham says

    HOW MANY TRILLIONS OF SEWAGE FLUSHED BY LAKE GEORGE TO CHAMPLAIN NOW

    WHAT IS THE GRAND TOTAL OF GALLONAGE FLUSHED TO CHAMPLAIN ?

  6. William Deck says

    Proliferation of the so called ‘invasive’ species has much more to do with the suitability of the habitat etc than any policy consideration. This article makes it sound like Champlain’s ecosystem has been destroyed by the invasive species mentioned but that could not be further from the truth. In reality the Champlain fishery is far superior to lake George.

  7. Steve Bonacci says

    It’s unfair to the fishing community. Most fishermen including myself launch before sunrise and many stay after dark. Only NY would lock a lake to fishermen.I can’t wait to retire and leave this state.

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