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High levels of E.coli have been detected on the beach lake and marina area. 

Guided over there Tuesday and the water quality was just terrible, probably the worst water I have seen on the Rock. 

Dirty brown, yellow with streaks of green. 

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It seems to me that algae, rot snot and maybe even e coli contamination could be a result of a concentration of septic systems.  The north side of Clevenger (with a high concentration of septic systems) looked like a farm pond most of April and May.

Just an observation

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Table Rock is in transition. Imagine Bull Shoals. Think on Lake of the Ozarks. Table Rock is moving from one to the other. Sometimes the steps in between are not pretty.

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We have had extreme high water with no movement for at least 3 weeks now. 

All the influx and agriculture run off out of the Kings river prior to the stagnation is really hard in the water down stream From Shell Knob. 

Same deal up the James or any of our River supply systems. 

Lets keep this water moving. We got to move it move it. 

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13 hours ago, Bill Babler said:

Sounds like paradise!!!  If I can find my swan, I’m heading that direction!!! All that is left, is to get a local boat mechanic to right a book on how to remove ticks from your nether region and it will be an official LOTO annex. 

Luck is where preparation meets opportunity...... Or you could just flip a coin???B)

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bill

this brings up a good time to remind all of we fisherman to keep some first aid things in the boat.  hydrogen peroxide would be good in the case of sticking your self in dealing with a hooked bass.  with the bad water conditions it would help keep you from getting a bacterial infection.

sad, but growing up, we just took a tin cup on a string and drank from the lake while out fishing.  and to think, beaver is used for drinking water.  it is not good at all.

thanks for the heads up.

bo

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On 6/12/2021 at 7:31 AM, Bill Babler said:

 

Lets keep this water moving. We got to move it move it. 

Well the river gauge on the White at Newport AR, has dropped to just above 14 feet and still going down.  According the the last COE operating policy I read (assuming nothing has changed since), once the gauge gets down to 14 and if the White river lakes are at 70% or higher flood capacity, then the COE can start "regulating".  We might start to see some water moving real soon.  

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