The Wabedo-Little Boy-Cooper-Rice Lakes Association has purchased and is responsible for water marker buoys on both Little Boy and Wabedo Lakes. We pay Andrew at Wheeler Marine to maintain the buoys, putting them in the lake in the spring, removing them in the fall, and storing them over the winter.
This buoy marks the end of a weed bed.
The black and white vertical stripes indicate boaters should not go between it and the shore.
This weed bed was being destroyed by boaters who went right through the middle of it.
Hopefully, boaters will know and follow the waterway marker rules.
These markers are located at the narrows between the basins of Wabedo.
They indicate slow speed and danger of rocks.
Be Informed! Know your waterway markers! !