Sorry to sound redundent gentelmen but this report may sound a bit like my previous. I arrived at the reservoir close to 9:00 am only to be greeted by the punishing Carter winds. After surveying the lake and refering to my map I'm guessing the lake is about 100 feet below full pool. It appears that Larimer County is doing some sort of grading and excavation near dam 1 on the inside section by the water. I started by the south boat ramp which is now about 200 ft. from the shore and the low levels created three coves in this area. If you check out this part of the lake be sure to wear waders or hip boots because the shoreline is about 20 ft. of soft silt and mud, there are no longer any rocks to stand on. With the wind and mud I did not last long on this side so I proceded to the dam. For close to an hour I casted a 1/4 ounce clown finish kastmaster in hopes for any spawning salmon. Slowly letting the lure sink to bottom then twitching it back I did manage to get only one hit, most likely a trout. Although there were some trout cruising a mud line in the water very close to shore I did not land any. I would recomend for any one who fishes this lake to check it out because it will give a great sense of what the bottom features are when there is higher water, plus less water means the fish are more highly concentrated.