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Lake Palestine water level #13418183 01/27/20 11:05 PM
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Is it really only 6” low . Some old hands are saying the gauge is off. Do any of you locals know one way or the other?

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Re: Lake Palestine water level [Re: slim 285] #13418186 01/27/20 11:08 PM
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Google Lake Palestine, got to Tpwd link on the lake fishing page and there will be a link to current levels.


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Re: Lake Palestine water level [Re: 4Weight] #13418194 01/27/20 11:17 PM
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Originally Posted by 4Weight
Google Lake Palestine, got to Tpwd link on the lake fishing page and there will be a link to current levels.

Thats not what I am asking but thank you anyways . I know where to look for current lake levels. What I am asking is th gauge correct with what the website says is the current water level.

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Re: Lake Palestine water level [Re: slim 285] #13418253 01/28/20 12:07 AM
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Originally Posted by slim 285
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Google Lake Palestine, got to Tpwd link on the lake fishing page and there will be a link to current levels.

Thats not what I am asking but thank you anyways . I know where to look for current lake levels. What I am asking is th gauge correct with what the website says is the current water level.


According to waterdatafortexas.org, which is the USGS site it is .49 low

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Originally Posted by 9094
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Google Lake Palestine, got to Tpwd link on the lake fishing page and there will be a link to current levels.

Thats not what I am asking but thank you anyways . I know where to look for current lake levels. What I am asking is th gauge correct with what the website says is the current water level.


According to waterdatafortexas.org, which is the USGS site it is .49 low



What I am asking if a local can tell if the gauge is accurate? I know some of the homeboys will know by looking at a spot on bridge or some other landmark .

Re: Lake Palestine water level [Re: slim 285] #13418275 01/28/20 12:34 AM
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Originally Posted by boocat


Lol... I give up

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Lol... I give up

Lol. I don't blame you for giving up. I swear most people respond with out reading. Sorry i can't help

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Lol... I give up


roflmao

It was a valiant effort. Sorry I can't help.

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Lol... I give up


sorry, have to laugh... pretty clear what you were asking from the first post, just wow......
roflmao

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This is what I use. It shows the same as a cross reference: http://www.lakelevels.info/USA/Texas/

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I would say 6 " is accurate looking at it from the highway. Have not had the boat on it

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Sorry you had to ask about 15 times, yes, “I are one of The Homeboys”...6” is about right

Re: Lake Palestine water level [Re: slim 285] #13418337 01/28/20 01:22 AM
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Lol... I give up


Lol

PM lconn, he just fished there yesterday and said it had come up a foot since the last time he fished there, but I don’t know when that was. Might ask him, since he is somewhat local and fishes there occasionally.


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You do realize that the USGS site doesn’t us a gauge? They us satellites and elevations. So the “ locals” that eye the bridge are just guessing while the site is correct and updated every few hours everyday.

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