I have always heard that Texas power plants lakes are considered "constant level" lakes. I believe that constant level is somewhat of a moving target. My favorite lake, Lake Bastrop, is always up or down, and it's mostly down. All you have to do is look at the wooden boards around the courtesy docks. Sometimes the water is three feet below the walkway. Sometimes is almost up to the walkway. I have heard more water level stories about Lake Bastrop than you can shake a stick at. Fall draw-down, Winter draw-down, Spring draw-down, Summer Solstice, Winter Solstice, Election Year, Black Friday, Daylight Savings Time, Leap Year, etc, etc. It never makes any sense.
2001 Triton Tx-21/225 Mercury EFI