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    There is a "sticky" at the top part of the TN forum page that shows a link to all TVA lakes info.
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    Go to this website. It is TVA's. Maybe it will help. There is a phone app you can get on the website.
    TVA - Lake Levels




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    Looks like a 4 foot rise is coming by SUNDAY-MONDAY [359 ft]. Guess I will go get my boat out the water while water level is convenient. Time for spring service. Beats going to a ramp when you can pull out in your front yard. Lazy Tom here.
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    Like I said, don't count on it. Ky lake level forecast is now 357. Guess I will stay home and work on our taxes.
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    How far are you from the dam? The information on those sites measure the elevation right a the dam. Water can rise/fall as much as 6"/mi depending on current. You should google "river gauges" and select the gauge closest to your fishing area.
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    I'm in Clarksville and fish in the Dover area of Barkley since 1984. If the TVA website says 354 I know exactly where I can fish and not fish. If it says 358-9 I know it's at summer pool and I can access all of my "spots".

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    The site is showing 358 today which may be correct. Hadn't been to the lake all week.

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    Awesome. I also live in Clarksville. I actually work for USACE in Nashville. I usually use the river gauges posted by noaa. They have a gauge in Clarksville that will usually give a better picture of lake level near us.

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