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    Does anybody know if Brookville is real muddy

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    Northern end is muddy with a lot of debris floating as it’s come up 12.3 ft since early last week and past 24 hrs more than 2.3 ft rise and still raising as they are not letting out due to Ohio River flooding and super high. Causeway is holding back a lot of muddy water but when they do start letting out south end will dirty up more quickly than it is now. Plus going to get more rain Wed nite and Thursday to make matters worse. Right now it’s 4.3 ft over summer pool and every lake I know of is high and muddy especially from central Indiana south. Boggs today was stained to muddy, 3’ high and surface temp was 48 in one bay and fish did not cooperate. You will get your feet wet trying to launch at Boggs. Surface temp right now will fluctuate with these 32 degree nites and wind, and water temp 3-4 and deeper has to be extremely colder than surface temp as the few fish caught had no color what so ever and were pure white from the cold water. I heard Brookville’s water temp was 43-44.

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    Thanks for the info, I'm in Ohio takes me an hour to get to Brookville, I was debating to go there are c.j.brown in ohio, I am going Tuesday morning I do check the lake levels I knew Brookville was high, cj is only 2 1/2 foot as above winter pool 1/2 foot under summer, it the only lake that doesn't get muddy when the rest of them do, but it is allways a dingy color, so going to cj,

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    Went by Raccoon(Cecil Harden) today and it looks like coffee w/lots of creamer in it, still rising also but still way below summer pool. Tons of trash floating around.

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    we have a bunch of flooding in the north end of state too. sounds like the entire state a little wet and muddy.
    did you see the size of that thing


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    Brookville is muddy. Nasty and they are pulling it back to winter pool. It is going to be messed up for awhile.
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    Anyone have the conditions of the lake now?

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    Dropping as they are pulling heck out of it to get it back to winter pool and I hear it’s muddy and quite a bit of debri in it.
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    . It’s going to be a week or more before it stabilizes.


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    We just went 3-10.

    Its a little low, I'd guess 3 feet from summer pool now? Water at south end was 44 on Sunday.

    It seemed clearer than it was 2 weeks ago atleast at the garr hill area.

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