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Hamm Creek Brazos conditions #13166026 05/25/19 02:17 AM
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Thinking of taking the kids out to the river. Usually go in summer when there are nice beaches and calm water. Has all of the rain messed that up around Hamm Creek area?

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Re: Hamm Creek Brazos conditions [Re: csmithag95] #13166036 05/25/19 02:24 AM
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Yes it has, the river is high. see web site
https://waterdatafortexas.org/reservoirs/individual/whitney

Re: Hamm Creek Brazos conditions [Re: csmithag95] #13166253 05/25/19 01:32 PM
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As of Saturday morning, Whitney is 16.15 feet high. It wil be at least 16 more days if there are no flooding rains for the elevation level to get down to elevation 533. They are currently dropping the lake 9" per day. See http://www.swf-wc.usace.army.mil/cgi-bin/rcshtml.pl?page=Reports&report=fish.

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