Duluth-area lakehome owners want to limit public access to lakes
DULUTH - Property owners on Big Pequaywan Lake north of Duluth say they're fighting a new public boat landing on their lake because of the threat of invasive species.
But they also want to go much further -- a moratorium on all new public water access across Minnesota.
Several cabin and home owners on the 450-acre lake say the threat of transient boaters and anglers accidentally introducing invaders should trump the public's right to access the lake.
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