DNR & Buoys

The heavy rain this spring produced extremely high water levels for the reservoir. The highest that anyone can ever remember. Those high waters produced more logs, fallen trees and debris than we have seen in recent years. Not to mention the havoc, dock destruction...
Spring 2013 News

Spring 2013 News

Greetings from Your President. Spring is just around the corner and hopefully we will get some warmer weather soon to begin the boating and fishing season, but let me take this time to explain MWA overall objectives. “Promoting Safety and the Environment within the...

October News

With the strong September and October rain fall, the reservoir is finally filling back up. As of October 13, the water level is about 18” below the top of the dam. I think we all agree that this was one bad year for boating, fishing and recreational activities since...

Water Level Information 7/3/12

The “Skinny”on Water Levels Morse Reservoir, not Morse Lake. The dam valves were opened less than 30 days ago and the water levels on Morse are over 3 feet below the dam level of 810 ft. elevation. As most of you know the reservoir supports Citizens 2 water plants...

September 2011 Newletter

It’s the end of another fabulous summer on Morse Lake. This summer saw some of the hottest temps on record which means lots of boating, swimming, skiing, tubing, fishing, etc… Great summer to be “lake people”! The Dam Valves Remain Open As of...

Newsletter – August 3, 2011

MORSE 5th ANNUAL LAKE CLEANUP – An Eco-friendly Green Event On Saturday July 31st, MWA held its 6th annual lake cleanup. Working from 8:00 until 12:00pm, we pulled 9 dump truck loads of debris and logs from the reservoir. Thanks to David Beaudin our primary man on the...