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Low lake levels! #14327705 03/28/22 12:09 AM
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Man it's bad when places I caught fish last year are dry way out there. Pat Cleburne is very low and dry where I usually fish. Lake Whitney same.

Re: Low lake levels! [Re: rickt300] #14327742 03/28/22 12:42 AM
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I went to a spot on Tawakoni that I caught fish on last year. I got half way into the cove and my trolling motor started dragging bottom.

Re: Low lake levels! [Re: Grainraiser] #14327863 03/28/22 03:12 AM
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bang yea know what u sayin. rain we got last week brought Lavon up several in. My rain gauge was at 2 in. And iam bout 12mi. from S. end of Lavon. HOPE we dont catch up all in day or two. lizard

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