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Couldn't get to the ponds they have the road closed. Many lakeside parking lots under water and really off color. Picture of Kingfisher lot under water.
 

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So what happens to the bathrooms that are flooded? Does all the sewage get into the res? If so, why design they design it or move it so that wouldn't happen? I mean, they would have to expect that kind of thing right? When I was there,the bathroom buildings I drove by looked like they were in like three feet of water.
 

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So what happens to the bathrooms that are flooded? Does all the sewage get into the res? If so, why design they design it or move it so that wouldn't happen? I mean, they would have to expect that kind of thing right? When I was there,the bathroom buildings I drove by looked like they were in like three feet of water.
Well let's just say your odds of hooking a brown just went up...
 

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So what happens to the bathrooms that are flooded? Does all the sewage get into the res? If so, why design they design it or move it so that wouldn't happen? I mean, they would have to expect that kind of thing right? When I was there,the bathroom buildings I drove by looked like they were in like three feet of water.
Well let's just say your odds of hooking a brown just went up...
That's what I figured. Glad I didn't keep any the other day haha. I guess that's karma for the guy I saw keep a big fish.
 

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My Buddy, Who works there, said They have sand bagged all the restroom toilets and drains to prevent sewage from escaping into the lake... At least the ones that are in danger of being underwater... :thumb:
 

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My Buddy, Who works there, said They have sand bagged all the restroom toilets and drains to prevent sewage from escaping into the lake... At least the ones that are in danger of being underwater...
I figured they would take some sort of precaution or steps to at least try and prevent or reduce leakage.
 
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