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Pines Water Level. #13949903 04/06/21 09:37 PM
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Does anyone know why they are dropping the level below normal at LOP?

Re: Pines Water Level. [Re: Mulerider] #13951732 04/08/21 12:38 AM
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Maybe anticipation of the spring rains? Haven't been out in a few weeks. How low is it getting?

Re: Pines Water Level. [Re: Twistedmidnite] #13951875 04/08/21 02:09 AM
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Originally Posted by Twistedmidnite
Maybe anticipation of the spring rains? Haven't been out in a few weeks. How low is it getting?




Awfully optimistic, if that's the reason. Got the feeling it's going to be very dry. Hope I am dead wrong though.

Re: Pines Water Level. [Re: Mulerider] #13952282 04/08/21 02:00 PM
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LOP is currently .72' high. Maybe they are releasing water just to where it gets back to normal pool.

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