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Whitney water clarity 2/21/20 #13447079 02/21/20 09:50 PM
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How's the water clarity on the upper end of the lake (between Steele Creek and Nolan River) since the rainfall event yesterday?

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Re: Whitney water clarity 2/21/20 [Re: bob76] #13447134 02/21/20 10:39 PM
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Following: I'd like to know as well. Planning a trip tomorrow

Re: Whitney water clarity 2/21/20 [Re: bob76] #13447591 02/22/20 02:14 PM
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I was there yesterday. Launched at Kimbal bend and boated all the way past Steele Creek. Water is up a foot or two from 2 weeks ago. Il didnt seem terribly stained but there was an obvious mud line where the Nolan comes in. I livescoped many areas that produced for the past month. The fish have definitely moved in response. And not nearly as many fisherman yesterday... they knew something we didnt. Tough fishing.

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I was catching fish near the katy bridge on Monday....

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Thanks for the info guys.

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