Yes, I was there last night. The water was as high as I've seen it in about 2 months. About a month ago they couldn't release water fast enough, it was FLOWING! However, as of the past 2 weeks, there's very little current, which means they're not releasing a lot of water from Canyon. That's odd because the Water Data for Texas website says that Canyon is 0.73 above full pool but last night I was told by a reliable source that Canyon is still 8ft above full pool, and that they're just not releasing a bunch of water anymore. They're releasing a little bit here and there. But who knows... I do know that at any given day, Dunlap will drop, then the next day it's back up. It's been fluctuating a lot lately!
I hardly ever look at the water flow data anymore. I can usually just tell when I get near the general area of I35 if they're releasing water because of the current. I'm not at all saying that it's bad to look at the flow chart, I just personally never look because I just look when I get to the ramp.
Edited by bigbass94 (12/03/15 08:11 PM)
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