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Lake Livingston Dam #12592604
01/24/18 12:28 AM
01/24/18 12:28 AM
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Spec Chaser Offline OP
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Has anyone fished below the Lake Livingston Dam lately? Where can I find if the COE is discharging water from the lake or not?

I haven’t fished much if any at all over the last several years due to a back injuries and unsuccessful fusions and itching to get out on the water.

Thank you in advance if anyone had any reports.

Re: Lake Livingston Dam [Re: Spec Chaser] #12592693
01/24/18 01:10 AM
01/24/18 01:10 AM
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Haven't fished there in some time, and haven't heard any reports. Browder's can give you current reports, and their website has the dam release info: http://www.browdersmarina.com/

Re: Lake Livingston Dam [Re: Spec Chaser] #12592777
01/24/18 01:52 AM
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2000 cfs. Look at Trinity River Authority website. If you have not launched a boat down there in a while be careful. 2000 is do able for a lot of boats but you have to be careful.

Last edited by mattsfishin; 01/24/18 01:53 AM.
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