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I know some ramps that are NOT usable at that water level.

Yeah, that leaves only a handful of ramps out of the water.

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Which is sort of dumb since I saw debris WAY up on some banks which makes me think it gets some extra water in it from time to time.

667 is the top of the flood pool, thats another 30ft of water. Lol

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Gate Changes:

  • Wednesday, 13 May 15 at 7:45 a.m.
    • Pool Elevation = 638.83 feet.
    • New Gate Discharge was 2101 cubic feet per second.
    • New Gate Settings:
      • 2 Conduit Gates open 1.70 FEET

  • Tuesday, 12 May 15 at 3:30 p.m.
    • Pool Elevation = 638.37 feet.
    • New Gate Discharge was 990 cubic feet per second.
    • New Gate Settings:
      • 2 Conduit Gates open 0.80 FEET

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Anyone know or think they will keep up this generation through the weekend? I ask as we are coming down from KS this weekend and really wanted to trout fish. I'm guessing they will keep it going, but curious to see what everyone thought.

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The river has not been fishable in a month. Right now the water is 6' higher than normal and there is no chance it will fall because of the gates open trying to draw the lake down to normal.

Those trout got to be missing the fly fishermen!

Maybe by August.

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