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Whitney water level #13484328 03/23/20 05:58 PM
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I see on-line the lake is up about 8 ft. over the past few weeks, is the water stained a good ways down from the river. Thinking about heading up this weekend and
was curious if mid-lake would be a better starting point.

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Re: Whitney water level [Re: ddmm] #13484491 03/23/20 07:42 PM
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Absolutely! Go mid lake. The fish are there now. The water is very clear but there was a good bit of floating debris there yesterday. I pick up a good number of under sized striper in rattletraps. Water clear enough to watch them chase it back to the boat.

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