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    Default High water at Larto.

    41.7 ft. And rising. My neighbor fished yesterday for about 3 hours and didnít get a single bite. Many more said the same thing. Name:  IMG_0384.jpg
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    Iím sure the water will just go up if the rain continues to fall until late tomorrow like they say it will. Just a heads up yíall.


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    This is too wet Hasnít missed a week in 3 months!!


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    I agree. I only lack about 6 inches and it will over my sea wall. Probably by morning.


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    Here we go again this has got the makings of another flooding situation for this year. Good for the spawning fish bad for the surrounding residents.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skippa Chippa View Post
    Here we go again this has got the makings of another flooding situation for this year. Good for the spawning fish bad for the surrounding residents.
    Your right itís good for the spawning fish but, it would be better if it happened in early spring and the rivers would bring in more fish to the lake. Oh well. I still need one more deer for sausage so Iíll concentrate on the for a while. High water at Larto.


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    Ivoorhies,

    Could you tell me where you get the Larto gauge information?
    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cajun View Post
    Ivoorhies,

    Could you tell me where you get the Larto gauge information?
    Thanks.
    I look at it on Rivergages.com: Providing River Gage Data for Rivers, Streams and Tributaries



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    Thanks,
    I have used that site, however, although they give the current stage level it seems that they don't allow charts for dates in 2019.

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