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Lake Mathis/Corpus Christi guys #14451600 08/17/22 06:15 PM
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Watch out, coming down! This would have to put a pretty good dent in your low lake level.


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Been watching the level. Figured it was going to catch some at some point. Amazing that the water takes that long to travel. Fingers crossed for Choke to get some too and for the possibility of the development in Central America to follow up. Thanks for posting.

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Originally Posted by mossyback75
Been watching the level. Figured it was going to catch some at some point. Amazing that the water takes that long to travel. Fingers crossed for Choke to get some too and for the possibility of the development in Central America to follow up. Thanks for posting.



They said something about it being a slow flow through a jungle of brush, moves slow as molasses. thumb


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Originally Posted by grout-scout
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Been watching the level. Figured it was going to catch some at some point. Amazing that the water takes that long to travel. Fingers crossed for Choke to get some too and for the possibility of the development in Central America to follow up. Thanks for posting.



They said something about it being a slow flow through a jungle of brush, moves slow as molasses. thumb

As long as it skirts Gulf it should be gaining more moisture with every turn slower it moves stronger it gets.

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Originally Posted by grout-scout
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Been watching the level. Figured it was going to catch some at some point. Amazing that the water takes that long to travel. Fingers crossed for Choke to get some too and for the possibility of the development in Central America to follow up. Thanks for posting.



They said something about it being a slow flow through a jungle of brush, moves slow as molasses. thumb


Yup. Grandmother lives on the Nueces in Crystal City. Miles and miles of low river full of wood. Bigger floods push all of it into log jams which I could see hindering flow. As long as the final destination results in bass habitat Im good with it.

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Been watching the level. Figured it was going to catch some at some point. Amazing that the water takes that long to travel. Fingers crossed for Choke to get some too and for the possibility of the development in Central America to follow up. Thanks for posting.



They said something about it being a slow flow through a jungle of brush, moves slow as molasses. thumb

As long as it skirts Gulf it should be gaining more moisture with every turn slower it moves stronger it gets.


This is true. The mountains in Guatemala and Honduras will break it up but as long as its along the gulf it should reform due to 87 degree waters. Hope it builds big and dense before sloooooowly coming into and hovering over Texas

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