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#11555030 - 04/20/16 01:47 PM Bastrop Lake Level
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Has anyone been to the Strop lately, whats the water level. Several weeks ago when I was there it was like 2 ft low.

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#11555058 - 04/20/16 01:58 PM Re: Bastrop Lake Level [Re: Martinial]
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#11555078 - 04/20/16 02:05 PM Re: Bastrop Lake Level [Re: Martinial]
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Sorry, forgot it's managed by the LCRA. You might find lake level info by surfing around their site.

http://floodstatus.lcra.org/#cllevels
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#11555098 - 04/20/16 02:12 PM Re: Bastrop Lake Level [Re: Martinial]
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#11555584 - 04/20/16 06:43 PM Re: Bastrop Lake Level [Re: Martinial]
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I spoke with a man at the power plant last week about the lake's water level. The reason I spoke with them instead of LCRA is that they said LCRA doesn't control the lake's water level! LCRA is contacted by the power plant to pull water in from the Colorado. The man at the plant said that they are currently working on the dam. To my surprise, he said that when they have completed that work, the lake level will only get about a foot higher. I don't understand one thing. There is land that is exposed that I have never seen before. I do not think something is quite kosher when you have to step down 3 feet from the courtesy dock to your boat.
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#11559354 - 04/22/16 01:47 PM Re: Bastrop Lake Level [Re: SkeeterDon]
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Originally Posted By: SkeeterDon


I have tried my best to find the same site that shows Fayette County Lake's water level. If you could post that one, I would greatly appreciate it.
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