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We got 3.25 inches total.  BS got killed - 4-6 over the whole lake.

I got an email from the Corps this morning.  Said most likely see heavy flows this weekend from TR.  Should get another email at any time.  I will share.

I'm hoping for 25,000 cfs or less from TR.  That's 15k from turbines and 10k over the top.  We can still get on our dock at that flow.  

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So far up in Polk County I have only gotten and 1.5 inches of rain today, know it was worse to the south.  Hope it quits eventually, these continual series of storms just keep coming, not much anyone can do about it though.

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Thanks Phil,  I thought you all might have edged us out as it was just blacker than coal over your way.  Funny what a difference 15 miles can make.  I got cancelled for today and tomorrow, but hope to get the Sunday group trip in, out of Lilleys.  Fingers Crossed.

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58 minutes ago, Bill Babler said:

US Lake Levels at 1PM today were Bull Shoals 1.57 ft. below Flood Pool, Table Rock at 4.76 ft. below Flood Pool and Beaver at 2.36 ft. below Flood Pool.  Beaver was up the most at almost a ft. in the last 12 hrs.

Friend just texted me and said Taney is a total mud hole.  It will clear up as soon as they start running water.  I guess they just opened 3 generators so it should clear out pretty soon.

Springfield was just flat hammered with some locations receiving 6+ inches but I believe it was on the North West side and that flows north into the Sac for the most part.  Did here that the James is again really running so the James River Basin did get some.

We kind of lucked out here in the Blue Eye, Branson area and did not get the amount that we were warned about.  I only had 2 1/4 total.  I think Branson and Taney Co. might have gotten slightly more.

Might have dodged a major bullet, just going to see how all 3 lakes rise.

James River at Gelena and Spfg. at 3 PM were up only 2 ft. but still rising, so that's probably not so bad.

Any guess on how long it will take Taney to clear? 

 

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Phil would have to look out the window, but I'd say probably already clearing to at least Cooper Creek, if they have been running units for the past couple of hours.  Downtown past Roark Creek would be a different matter.

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I was debating Table Rock or Taney for tomorrow.  Looks like Table Rock might be a safer bet.  I would hate to get to Taney and find it blown out.

 

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Starting to look greener already here.  Be clear up lake.  Me and Duane will go up to the dam and do One Cast shortly.  You'll see how we do.

It will definitely all be clear by tomorrow.  Well, down to Branson at least.

Then there's flood gates... may be tomorrow.  We'll see.

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4 hours ago, MOPanfisher said:

So far up in Polk County I have only gotten and 1.5 inches of rain today, know it was worse to the south.  Hope it quits eventually, these continual series of storms just keep coming, not much anyone can do about it though.

Mark Twain said "everybody talks about the weather but nobody ever does anything about it"  Somebody tell me truer words.

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13 hours ago, Terrierman said:

Mark Twain said "everybody talks about the weather but nobody ever does anything about it"  Somebody tell me truer words.

Uhhh-hemmmm.

Excuse me? :dark-mood:

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