LAKE MICHIGAN (WKOW) -- Drought conditions are contributing to a prolonged drop in the level of Lake Michigan, with water levels down 11 inches from 2011 and record low levels on the horizon if drought conditions continue.
People who use the harbors and docks say it's causing trouble for boaters, and fishermen say low water levels mean they can't carry as many nets and catches are down.
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