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Old 01-27-2015, 01:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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it is only 7 feet from full pool and looking reel good Shiprock is the only thing out sticking out but at this rate it won't be much longer. come on March and wipeys and walleyes.
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Old 01-27-2015, 03:20 PM   #2 (permalink)
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The river below will be insane again this year with the lake not being able to hold any runoff.
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Fished the reservoir and Arkansas below dam today....caught nothing on the reservoir, but caught 10 trout out of the river...nothing big but fun. River is so shallow right now. A nice balmy 73 degrees today.
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Yeah, I think runoff is going to be off the hook this year...
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The last snow totals I saw had the Arkansas drainage at 100% and the S> Platte at 102%. Maybe if we get some really wet storms this spring? They can put some more water in John Martin?
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The last snow totals I saw had the Arkansas drainage at 100% and the S> Platte at 102%. Maybe if we get some really wet storms this spring? They can put some more water in John Martin?
That's be nice.
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