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Low Water...

Gate #3 at Powersite is stick in the down position - air hose is broke.  Can't be fixed till Bull Shoals is lowered down past 687 feet.

The Corps is going to "pulse" 2 units of water for an hour starting at 9 am today, tomorrow and Thursday to keep the upper end watered - the gravel flats above Fall Creek are exposed to air/sun and heat killing all the bugs.

Release policy may change starting Friday and they might start dumping water from Beaver and Table Rock.  We will see.

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8 hours ago, tjm said:

Wow!

I would have thought that the bugs and such would retreat as the water dropped.

I would think that the scuds will retreat to lower water levels as they have legs and are pretty mobile.

I doubt that midge/mayfly/stonefly larva will move much as they don't have legs and may be at risk. 

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No its been lower several years ago, you could pretty much walk across below Cooper Creek to College of the Ozarks .  I forget the date or year.

 I checked this morning "Sunday at 9 am" and it was 706.2

That's for sure a prop eater.

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Bull doesn't seem to be dropping very fast, and flowing more water into Taneycomo would just be flowing more water into Bull Shoals, I'm not sure how that would help?

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