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#10924597 - 06/17/15 10:28 PM Water is back to normal. Why are ramps at Waco and Aquilla still closed?
bluesea112 Offline
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Registered: 01/07/11
Posts: 244
Loc: West, TX
The reservoir release page shows that the water levels at Lake Waco and Lake Aquilla are back to normal. Why are the boat ramps still closed?

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#10925147 - 06/18/15 08:47 AM Re: Water is back to normal. Why are ramps at Waco and Aquilla still closed? [Re: bluesea112]
Happy Birthday Muzzlebrake Offline
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Registered: 12/26/14
Posts: 1315
Loc: Euless
Letting the ground dry out underneath the pavement.
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#10925333 - 06/18/15 09:46 AM Re: Water is back to normal. Why are ramps at Waco and Aquilla still closed? [Re: bluesea112]
TX0303 Offline
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Registered: 03/19/15
Posts: 119
Loc: WilCo
Corp policy to let the pavement sit for two weeks after a flood

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#10926538 - 06/18/15 04:54 PM Re: Water is back to normal. Why are ramps at Waco and Aquilla still closed? [Re: bluesea112]
Yak24 Offline
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Registered: 10/07/08
Posts: 40
Loc: Waco
Lake Waco is not back to normal, its still 7 ft high.

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#10926566 - 06/18/15 05:05 PM Re: Water is back to normal. Why are ramps at Waco and Aquilla still closed? [Re: bluesea112]
Fishin' Rocket Offline
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Registered: 06/22/08
Posts: 497
Loc: Waco/Nacogdoches, TX
Yeah Waco is still a little more than and 7 foot over and Aquila is 3.8 ft over as of today

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#10926965 - 06/18/15 08:11 PM Re: Water is back to normal. Why are ramps at Waco and Aquilla still closed? [Re: Fishin' Rocket]
crappiegetter Offline
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Registered: 10/24/13
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Loc: Waco TX
Originally Posted By: Fishin' Rocket
Yeah Waco is still a little more than and 7 foot over and Aquila is 3.8 ft over as of today
thumb didnt stop a bass fisherman today on waco hammer ??
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#10927178 - 06/18/15 10:02 PM Re: Water is back to normal. Why are ramps at Waco and Aquilla still closed? [Re: bluesea112]
J.StoneRepairs Offline
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Registered: 09/03/13
Posts: 240
Loc: Waco
I live right by Khoene park at Waco And the Water is right at the pavement on the lowside parking lot.

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#10927276 - 06/18/15 10:52 PM Re: Water is back to normal. Why are ramps at Waco and Aquilla still closed? [Re: crappiegetter]
Fishin' Rocket Offline
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Registered: 06/22/08
Posts: 497
Loc: Waco/Nacogdoches, TX
Originally Posted By: crappiegetter
Originally Posted By: Fishin' Rocket
Yeah Waco is still a little more than and 7 foot over and Aquila is 3.8 ft over as of today
thumb didnt stop a bass fisherman today on waco hammer ??
probably keeps his boat in a slip at one of the marinas I know all the corps ramps at Waco are closed and I would think the water would be too high to use the ramps at ridgewood, airport, or speegleville marina.

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#10927777 - 06/19/15 09:04 AM Re: Water is back to normal. Why are ramps at Waco and Aquilla still closed? [Re: bluesea112]
361V Online   content
TFF Team Angler

Registered: 11/21/08
Posts: 4408
Loc: somervell county
It was reported that Aquilla would open back up this weekend. Reportedly Saturday morning. It was only about 1/2' high. That was prior to the heavy rains Wednesday. It is now just under 4' high again so..........who knows? I have heard the "drying out period" policy but the portion of the ramp that remains under water never gets a "drying period". Again......who knows? It has been interesting to watch the different philosophy's and practices for managing the recent rains, rises and floods by the different governing bodys. I live riverfront on the Brazos by Glen Rose and we have had some impressive water going by but the BRA has kept PK and Granbury just BELOW full pool this entire time.


Edited by 361V (06/19/15 09:10 AM)
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