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Monday, June 13, 2016

June 13th, 2016

Water Temperature:

is 64 Degrees at the surface by the Conklingville Dam. The water had warmed up to 68 Degrees around Memorial Day, but with recent wether and all the rain it has cooled a bit.

Water Level:

Is spot on for this time of year! There was some concern with the lask of runnoff in the Spring, but the gates were closed about a month early and is now up to what is considered "full"

What does this mean? Well, you can get around with little worry with about any type of boat right now, but beach is in high demand.

The Trap Islands - are under water
Sand Island - has some beach
Scout Island - has some beach
Thw Sand Bar at Northampton is about knee deep
Stump Island - has about 9 feet of water in it, so is nagotioable by almost all boats.

The Back Bays (beyond Lakeside Tavern) have plenty of water for rafting at the moment...

Everyone's docks are in good shape right now. Sport Island Pub and Wally's have new docks.

Fishing:

has picked up considerably with the increase in water tempreature.
The bass hav e been biting - just be aware that the season does not begin until this Saturday - June 18th.

Tip of the Week:

We have a new Sherrif in town - and he has a boat on this lake.
Be sure to check the expiration date on your flairs (yes they expire - and YES you will get a ticket!)

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