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Name:   flyfisher - Email Member Reply
Subject:   water level
Date:   10/30/2016 10:15:42 AM   IP ADDRESS: 173.184.72.250

must say i am totally surprised water level is not lower given the significant drought





Name:   Talullahhound - Email Member Reply
Subject:   water level
Date:   10/30/2016 3:35:17 PM   IP ADDRESS: 75.137.197.38

ON WSFA (Montgomery), their meteorologist said that this drought at the moment is at 2011 levels; however, continued drought might see us at 2007 levels (when we all wondered if we would even have lake front property, because a lot of us could walk on the lake bad in front of our houses.





Name:   Lifer - Email Member Reply
Subject:   water level
Date:   10/30/2016 4:35:44 PM   IP ADDRESS: 198.223.197.198

We have a very  nice creek at the farm that didn't ever stop flowing in 2007. There are just a couple of places that still have some pooled water but there is zero flow now. I haven't compared the numbers but it is as dry as I ever remember. So much so we didn't even plant a fall/winter garden. The water bill for a few cabbages and broccoli wouldn't be worth it. I am sure gonna miss the turnip greens though.  The local beaver population will miss them too... Lol.





Name:   donnie1 - Email Member Reply
Subject:   water level
Date:   10/30/2016 4:50:37 PM   IP ADDRESS: 70.209.32.44

Our winter Wheat crop is in doubt for sure!





Name:   Lifer - Email Member Reply
Subject:   water level
Date:   10/30/2016 5:34:33 PM   IP ADDRESS: 198.223.197.198

So far I have only spread about a pound of winter rye and it has sprigged out yet. I usually over seed part of the yard with 10lbs.





Name:   alatraveler50 - Email Member Reply
Subject:   water level
Date:   10/31/2016 8:59:51 AM   IP ADDRESS: 75.137.196.248

Noticed that APCO issued an alert Friday that lake levels could fall below winter levels unless we get significant rainfall.

 

Might start making tenative plans to work on seawall/pier repairs.





Name:   lakngulf - Email Member Reply
Subject:   water level
Date:   10/31/2016 9:21:47 AM   IP ADDRESS: 209.145.79.82

Got my tractor ready to go!





Name:   Aardvark - Email Member Reply
Subject:   water level
Date:   10/31/2016 9:51:35 AM   IP ADDRESS: 104.137.1.11

While I wouldn't mind retrieving some rocks I spotted in '07, I don't like the thought of what the lake level would look like if this drought runs past plug day next year.







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