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Old 02-19-2008, 09:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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well me and the wife went for a drive today and well we took some pics
for my friends that might like to see what open water looks like

this is blue lake


and this is the boat ramp at blue lake


this is thurstons boat ramp


Neenoshe res its kinda hard to see but there is some water way
way way back there this pic is from the old boat ramps


this is neegranda res this is as close as i could get
but it dont look to bad maybe as much water as last year


j-martin pics now
this first one is from road 19 boat ramp

what a sad pic i know

this is a pic of the spillway at j-martin

people were fishing but i dont know if there were catching anything
the water should start flowing here in a month
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Wow. Thanks for the pics, Ive been wondering what they were looking like. Hope they get some more water in them.
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did you by chance see any snow geese?
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Old 02-19-2008, 09:29 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Those look low, low, low. Hopefully with above average snowpack this year, those bad boys will fill...nice to see what open water looks like again. Thanks for the pics.
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That's cool Kats....Wow..quite the road trip. You put some miles on...

It sure is nice seeing water on the ramp at Blue...Love that lake, Thurston also.
Man...Nee Noshe looks sad...Can you drive anywhere near the water right now?
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Road 19 boat ramp is looking just as good as it has in the past 3 years....for anyone looking for a good pintail spot, there is some great duck hunting back in there, its just a little bit of muddy hiking and your in like flyn.
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lakes north of me are closed till april the first

then you can have at them
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Nice work fishingkats, lets hope they get some water this year
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blue looks good as long as water stays up . i use to like crappie, white bass, drum and cats from there . does the ditch on other side of damn have water ,?
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blue looks good as long as water stays up . i use to like crappie, white bass, drum and cats from there . does the ditch on other side of damn have water ,?
Now they have a good population of Saugeye in there also...I caught a few good Walleye in there before it dropped so low..One a seven pounder that made it all the way down the ditch system and into the lake....
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