The decaying carcass of a dead deer is floating about a foot below the surface at the east end of the lake. The deer, with head missing, appears to be tied by a rope and anchored in about 8 feet of water.
The remains can easily be viewed as they are close to the surface. That also means your boat could easily hit it or a water skier could find himself involved in an unhappy collision. As long as the deer remains anchored, you can plot its location. It’s about 400 yards off the north shore in a straight line between the two houses pictured below (scroll down to view).
The deer is in a straight line between these two houses.