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    Cool LC Water level

    Lake Cumberland water level is down to 684' !!! That is only 3'-4' above their
    holding level !

    They might just be able to turn off the spigot pretty soon !
    Be time to Fly Fish ! WOOOOO HOOOOOO!!!!!

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    Re: LC Water level

    Alright! About bloody time! Will be interesting to see how all the high flows will affect the white bass spawn this year. I'm hoping it will be even better than years past. Can't wait!

    -Rich

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    Re: LC Water level

    The water is pretty Murky right now ! Hope it clears up soon !!!

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    Re: LC Water level

    Quote Originally Posted by Rock_Fish View Post
    The water is pretty Murky right now ! Hope it clears up soon !!!
    I was up around Lees Ford (mid lake) yesterday and found the water much cleaner than it has been for several weeks. Water is now a shade of "pea green" as opposed to pure mud a couple of weeks ago. Feeder creeks are clearing up and the lower lake should follow, as should the river. A stable lake level and reduced discharge should speed up the clearing process. Now, let's hope we don't get another major gully washer!

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    Re: LC Water level

    Quote Originally Posted by Boone View Post
    I was up around Lees Ford (mid lake) yesterday and found the water much cleaner than it has been for several weeks. Water is now a shade of "pea green" as opposed to pure mud a couple of weeks ago. Feeder creeks are clearing up and the lower lake should follow, as should the river. A stable lake level and reduced discharge should speed up the clearing process. Now, let's hope we don't get another major gully washer!
    Good news, thanks for reporting Boone. Let's all pray for no rain!

    -Rich

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