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If there's anyone down there, take some pictures and post them.

Babler said the lake is full of debry at the 86 bridge and moving towards the dam. Our concern is that if it reaches the dam face, it will affect flow through the gates. Plus some of it could run over into Taneycomo.

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If there's anyone down there, take some pictures and post them.

Babler said the lake is full of debry at the 86 bridge and moving towards the dam. Our concern is that if it reaches the dam face, it will affect flow through the gates. Plus some of it could run over into Taneycomo.

Well from your on the scene reporter.. WOW!!! Long Creek is pretty Bad, large log jam at the Bridge and all the way back around the corner and past the Long Creek Marina.. Stumps floating everywhere, all that is left at the swim beach is the Landing which was 6 feet above the beach.. Marina is now a floating Island and jammed packed with logs, parking lot is gone.. Ramp is way gone at Long Creek... Here we go again..

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Trip in the morning will see how the rest of the lake is.. Will report back..

Good Fishing

Capt. Don

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My boat is out there at gages right now.... Bumming a ride out to her Weds afternoon. My next 2 days have cancelled anyways. There is quite a bit of current looking down at it right now. Whole trees floating out towards the bridge.

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