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    Default Jordan Finally Stabilized

    Went to the Army Corps website and found the info below. The second picture shows data from the hurricane of Sept. 2018. Note how long it took the water to go down. The lake hit 232 back then and we are close now at 230. Normal is 216. Going to take a while to get back to normal.

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    Looks like it drops about a foot per day when the spillway is wide open, so itíll be at least another 2 weeks (without heavy rain) before itíll be back to normal... crappie should be staging outside of or just getting into the creeks by then...


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    There's so much water down our way, they won't open it wide open for a while. Especially with all the rain forecast for next week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pond_Pounder View Post
    Looks like it drops about a foot per day when the spillway is wide open, so it’ll be at least another 2 weeks (without heavy rain) before it’ll be back to normal... crappie should be staging outside of or just getting into the creeks by then...


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    2 more inches of rain in forecast next 5 days. Another year of fishing ruined by heavy rains

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pond_Pounder View Post
    Looks like it drops about a foot per day when the spillway is wide open, so itíll be at least another 2 weeks (without heavy rain) before itíll be back to normal... crappie should be staging outside of or just getting into the creeks by then...


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    2 more inches of rain in forecast next 5 days. Another year of fishing ruined by heavy rains

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    The bright side is with the lowered fishing pressure and high water, the fish should have a good spawn. Which will be nice in 3-4 years.


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    Can't go fishin. Might have to come out of retirement and go to work. NOT!
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