rakes are very useful tools if you have a pond in your
yard. You know how debris and weeds can “clutter” the
surface of your pond. Nobody wants to have such “pond scum.”
Lake rakes can help you clear away that debris and make your lake
look beautiful again.
If you have a large pond or lake to rake, you are likely going to
want to make sure that your rake comes with an extension. If you already
have a lake rake but have found it is not quite long enough, you can
take a basic broom and duct tape your rake to it so that about half
of each overlap (for best stability). As a warning, though, extending
such a equipment out over your water can be very tiring.
If you have a truly large body of water, look for a rake that comes
with at least 100 feet of rope.
On of the essential kinds of lake equipment are lake rakes—high
quality ones are very effective when you are cleaning out your lake.
Most importantly, you want a one that will truly help maintain the
good, healthy condition in which your lake should be.
Use a rake that will help you remove weeds in the shortest amount
of time possible. Look for one that can both sink to the bottom to
remove weeds or float on the surface to remove algae mats and weed