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Zebra mussels found in three more Minnesota lakes

Star Tribune

Date: 10/15/2018 7:14:00 PM

A Grant County sheriff’s deputy contacted the DNR after finding the mussels on water equipment being removed from the Tipsinah Mounds Campground at Pomme de Terre Lake. The DNR also confirmed zebra mu

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Zebra mussels confirmed in Pomme de Terre lakes and Perkins Lake in Grant and Stevens counties

Date: 10/15/2018 3:50:00 PM

Perkins Lake in Stevens County, Middle Pomme de Terre Lake and North Pomme de Terre Lake in Stevens County, and Pomme de Terre Lake in Grant County will be added to the infested waters list. All of th

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Kenneth Kieser: Fishing Stockton Lake for early fall walleye

The Examiner

Date: 10/13/2018 3:07:00 AM

Bolivar, Missouri: Want a good fishing destination while your non-fishing family has fun? Bolivar, Missouri, is about 20 miles from Stockton and Pomme-De-Terre Lake. This progressive town located betw

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New water rescue squad for the Southern Dallas County Fire Protection District


Date: 9/27/2018 5:06:00 PM

The squad hopes to expand in the future and continue their training. They train twice a month at Pomme De Terre lake. The Southern Dallas County Fire Protection district has gone 16 months without mis

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Berry: A time has come

Date: 9/21/2018 9:51:00 AM

Ted Williams (no, not the hall-of-fame baseball slugger) was trying to sell us a house in 1985, along with his Otasco store on the Bolivar square and a Christmas tree farm near Pomme de Terre Lake. Th

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• Surface Area: 7,820 Acres
Pomme de Terre Lake is located in the rugged, tree covered hills of the west central Missouri Ozarks on the Pomme de Terre River. The Pomme de Terre Project was authorized by Congress in 1938 as part of a comprehensive flood control plan for the Missouri River Basin. Project Planning was initiated in 1947 and actual construction began in 1957. The lake was completed in 1961 at a cost of $14,946,784. At multipurpose pool Pomme de Terre Lake covers 7,820 acres and can expand to as much as 16,100 acres during periods of heavy rain as excess runoff is impounded to prevent downstream flooding. Pomme de Terre Lake works in conjunction with several other Corps of Engineers operated lakes to provide flood protection for the Osage River Basin and the lower Missouri and Mississippi Rivers. Other benefits of the lake include recreation, fish and wildlife management and water quality improvement.
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