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LAS VEGAS, N.M. (KRQE) – Visitors at a popular New Mexico lake say their favorite pastime has turned into a headache after the state stepped in and changed the parking. Swimming and fishing at Storrie Lake is a big part of enjoying Northern New Mexico summers for Jim Terr.

“You have to pay $5 to get in, so I and many people go to the north end of the lake beyond the dam which is open and has been just open for years, to swim, to fish, to beachcomb, to walk around,” said Terr, who lives in Las Vegas, New Mexico. “It’s beautiful out there.”

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