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Lake Levels-West Texas #10521275 01/06/15 06:03 PM
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Lake Name % of capacity ft. below spillway

Ft. Phantom 30.1 17.9
Stamford 10.4 17.1
Hubbard Creek 16.2 28.9
Ivie 14.8 43.0
Brownwood 47.6 12.4
Cisco 45.8 17.8
Coleman 31.7 19.7
Hord's Creek 62.6 14.0
Leon 64.7 7.2
Millers Creek 12.3 22.6
Oak Creek 15.6 25.5
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Kingdom 62.2 14.7
Proctor 29.4 12.8
Spence 2.1 75.4
Sweetwater 16.3 27.8
Thomas 45.7 18.3


**Golden Algae has killed several lakes from this list. Golden Algae studies are being conducted on several of the lowest level lakes. The City Lake south of Albany Lake Mc???? has one of the highest levels of golden algae counts recorded in Texas.

Ramp situations are critical at most of the lakes with low levels with the only launch from the shoreline.

Source: Texas Water Development Board

Good Fishing if you can Find Water,
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Re: Lake Levels-West Texas [Re: MUD-DABBER] #10522504 01/07/15 02:15 AM
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Thank you for the info.

Re: Lake Levels-West Texas [Re: MUD-DABBER] #10523261 01/07/15 02:37 PM
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That's some tough stats. I sympathize with you, and wish you west Texans lots of precipitation in whatever way does the most good.

Re: Lake Levels-West Texas [Re: MUD-DABBER] #10630959 02/19/15 07:44 PM
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Thank you for the stats there sir


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Re: Lake Levels-West Texas [Re: MUD-DABBER] #10631228 02/19/15 09:35 PM
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Originally Posted By: MUD-DABBER


**Golden Algae has killed several lakes from this list. Golden Algae studies are being conducted on several of the lowest level lakes. The City Lake south of Albany Lake Mc???? has one of the highest levels of golden algae counts recorded in Texas.

Ramp situations are critical at most of the lakes with low levels with the only launch from the shoreline.

Source: Texas Water Development Board

Good Fishing if you can Find Water,
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Lake McCarty is the one your talking about. It's a sad thing, the two fish pic in my sig is from that little lake. It was a few miles of dirt road and cattle guards just to get to the lake, but the average bass size was 5 lbs the last time Abilene's fisheries division surveyed it

Re: Lake Levels-West Texas [Re: MUD-DABBER] #10631863 02/20/15 02:35 AM
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Pray for Rain!

Re: Lake Levels-West Texas [Re: Bittercreek] #10632010 02/20/15 03:24 AM
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When they finally get around to building the keystone pipeline, they should add an extra pipe and send water down from Canada!!

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