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i have been getting e-mails asking me how the water looks
so i went out today to look and see for myself how much water
is out at the lake and well folks it dont look that good

upper queens dry
lower queens dry
neenoshe a few drops of water
neegronda some water not that great

there were a few boats on neegronda but only heard of one fish
and still wondering how they got the boats on the water
it took some work
 

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yes i mean dry lower queens hasnt been wet for about 4 years
and upper queens has about 12" of water in it if your lucky

i took alot of pics but its just plan sad when i look at them
to think not but 6 years ago you could go to any of those lakes
and fish and they were full

john martin is the same way real low
 

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neenoshe looks like a pond
and far as fish i dont know
a few guys that i talked to said
they tryed to walk to the water and said
good luck to me because im a big guy and they said i would be past my knees in the mud before i got to the water

so not to sure about fishing that place i dont like losing my shoes
in the mud
 
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