Matt Lund of Kings Beach leaves Lake Tahoe with his catch of two mackinaw fish after kayaking and fishing in the lake Thursday. While there is snow at the higher elevations, the lack of snow at lake level has some people feeling like there is kind of a seasonal purgatory. The upside: more people are renting kayak, paddle boards and bikes.
Matt Lund of Kings Beach leaves Lake Tahoe with his catch of two mackinaw fish after kayaking and fishing in the lake Thursday. While there is snow at the higher elevations, the lack of snow at lake level has some people feeling like there is kind of a seasonal purgatory. The upside: more people are renting kayak, paddle boards and bikes. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
Matt Lund of Kings Beach leaves Lake Tahoe with his catch of two mackinaw fish after kayaking and fishing in the lake Thursday. While there is snow at the higher elevations, the lack of snow at lake level has some people feeling like there is kind of a seasonal purgatory. The upside: more people are renting kayak, paddle boards and bikes. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com

Tahoe coping with record heat, lack of snow

February 13, 2015 04:00 AM

UPDATED February 14, 2015 01:31 PM

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