ELK RIVER -- The Sherburne County Sheriff is implementing "No Wake Zones" on a number of lakes to help preserve the shorelines due to high water levels.

Boaters will need to be a "No Wake" speed anytime within 150 feet of shore on the Elk River, Big Elk Lake, Eagle Lake, and Lake Orono.

The sheriff is also reminding boaters that high water levels create a greater risk of submerged docks and other debris.

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The Briggs Lake Chain is already under a "Slow, No Wake" designation through Palmer Township.

The emergency order does not apply to Briggs Lake, Rush Lake, or Lake Julia.

The "No Wake Zones" are in effect through May 31st.

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