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Lavon water level #10647769 02/25/15 09:28 PM
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I just looked at USGS and noticed that Lavon has been on a slow rise since mid December. Anyone know anything about this? All I know is that I like it...

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Re: Lavon water level [Re: PlanoPaul] #10647920 02/25/15 10:41 PM
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good news! i'm sure some others that normaly fish Lavon will chime in.


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Re: Lavon water level [Re: PlanoPaul] #10648001 02/25/15 11:09 PM
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I love the sound of this....Tell me more please


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Re: Lavon water level [Re: PlanoPaul] #10648119 02/25/15 11:50 PM
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Called Collin today to see if they were going to open their ramp. They said it will take 1 more ft.


Re: Lavon water level [Re: PlanoPaul] #10648406 02/26/15 01:28 AM
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True, It has been on a climb.

But only a foot higher at this point than last year. Definitely better than being a foot lower at this point.

Come on rain!

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Re: Lavon water level [Re: Thump My Jig] #10648645 02/26/15 02:49 AM
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Originally Posted By: Thump My Jig
True, It has been on a climb.

But only a foot higher at this point than last year. Definitely better than being a foot lower at this point.

Come on rain!


A steady climb as in water being pumped in is what I see? Is the Texoma line going into the lake now, wasn't suppose to?

Re: Lavon water level [Re: PlanoPaul] #10648866 02/26/15 04:10 AM
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The texoma water only goes into the wylie treatment facility. The reason for the rise is associated with the texoma pipeline though. If i heard right Roughly 40% of the water for that district is now coming from texoma. Which means 40% less water from lavon. Which will hopefully lead to a full Lavon down the road!!

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Looking at recent rainfall, and with similar rises at Ray Hubbard & Tawakoni, I dont see it having to do with pumping.

I believe the increase has been due to rain and runoff.


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Re: Lavon water level [Re: Thump My Jig] #10650293 02/26/15 07:38 PM
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Originally Posted By: Thump My Jig
Looking at recent rainfall, and with similar rises at Ray Hubbard & Tawakoni, I dont see it having to do with pumping.

I believe the increase has been due to rain and runoff.



You know after I looked at other lakes, I started thinking the same thing. The gradual increase threw me off a little. Usually you see spikes when it rains. Maybe we are finally starting to get some runoff. Now it needs to pour and we'll make some headway!

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