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Fishing and swimming lakes in the camp


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Written on: 16.06.2013 15:42
JP
Posts: 11
how deep are these fishing and swimming lakes? is the sudden deep or slightly progressively deeper as on a beach? and at last, are the lakes sheltered by trees from the wind?



Written on: 16.06.2013 17:22
Fredde
Posts: 756
JP wrote:

how deep are these fishing and swimming lakes? is the sudden deep or slightly progressively deeper as on a beach? and at last, are the lakes sheltered by trees from the wind?





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Not very sheltered, no.
And the places I have went into the water has been very sudden deep. Like over your head 2 meters in.
Written on: 16.06.2013 20:01
L92
Posts: 43
The swimming lake is 12/16m deep in the middle. There is plenty enough water in that lake to shut up those who claim that the lake is filthy and disgusting. It is being watched 24/7 so people dont piss and wash their hair in it with shampoo etc. Yet on the last day you never know how sick people's minds can be!
Written on: 16.06.2013 20:44
Stand up for rock n' roll!
Posts: 471
L92 wrote:

The swimming lake is 12/16m deep in the middle. There is plenty enough water in that lake to shut up those who claim that the lake is filthy and disgusting. It is being watched 24/7 so people dont piss and wash their hair in it with shampoo etc. Yet on the last day you never know how sick people's minds can be!


Had a friend who contracted diarreah on the third day In 2011 after swimming In the Lake, and had another friend who was swimming and a piece of shit (litterally) swam across his face.. So the Lake is still filthy even though it is monitored..
Written on: 16.06.2013 21:08
JP
Posts: 11
Thanks for info guys icon_biggrin.gif
The reason for my questions is that I plan living close to these lakes in area J and want to use the lake as an
Super green refrigerator for my Beer using a diving mesh net on a rope down 2/3 meters in the water. And do some beer fishing.
The Water can be pretty cold only 2 meters under the surface, where lighert warmer water can be 20-22 degree celsius above separated by a film of algae that prevent sunlight going further down( I think) everybody who have dived into lakes get an super cool/cold suprise icon_lol.gif
Less wind will prevent mixing the cold and warm water too
But If I get the beer down to under 10 degree celsius, then I am super happy, lower temperature is an extra bonus icon_biggrin.gif


Stand up for rock n' roll! wrote:

Had a friend who contracted diarreah on the third day In 2011 after swimming In the Lake, and had another friend who was swimming and a piece of shit (litterally) swam across his face.. So the Lake is still filthy even though it is monitored..

Ay ay ay not good, I hope I do not get to experience something like that, disgusting

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Written on: 16.06.2013 23:06
Stand up for rock n' roll!
Posts: 471
I've heard rumors that it has gotten better though, But i dont Think it is completly clean appart from the first couple of days :p


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