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Spillway Schedule  (Read 2441 times)

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Does the spillway have a schedule for when they release water or does anyone have a general idea at what time of the day they are releasing most of the time. Any info may help. Thanks, Scott




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only when the lake is above pool level, its below pool level right now




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Here are a couple useful sites I use:

Denison Dam power generation (release) schedule:
http://www.swt-wc.usace.army.mil/power/hydropower.html

Lake Lavon release Information by gate:
http://www.swf-wc.usace.army.mil/reports/LVNT2_weath.shtml

I went up to Texoma to fish below the dam Sunday morning since they were releasing water.  Spent almost 2 hours without a bite.   I was watching the folks on the Oklahoma side and the guide boats and didn't see anyone catch a striper either.  

P.S. It's good the fishing forum is back up - I missed it those few days it was out of commission.



Last Edit: July 18, 2016, 07:34:10 PM by redloon
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Sure do like that THUMP!



Great sites Terry, thank you!

Cliff went up there and caught some stripers when they closed the gates.
 



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Minnow
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redloon, thats what I am taking about. Thanks for the details. I have bookmarked the site.




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Tim,

Yes - I saw Cliff's report.

After reading his reports of tubing for bream and bluegill at Southlake in Farmersville and tubing below the Denison Dam at Texoma, I've been considering getting a tube myself.  Heck, just tubing in this Texas summer heat sounds good and a way to beat the heat.



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Tim,

Yes - I saw Cliff's report.

After reading his reports of tubing for bream and bluegill at Southlake in Farmersville and tubing below the Denison Dam at Texoma, I've been considering getting a tube myself.  Heck, just tubing in this Texas summer heat sounds good and a way to beat the heat.

Well... you're hot on top but cool underneath!   lol
 
Carey has great success night fishing on Fork during the hot summer. Also a good way to beat the heat. All kinds of fish come in under the dock lights and around his boat lights.
 
 Tubing is a whole nuther setup!
Oscar and Cliff have theirs decked out for functionality and efficiency.  
  
 



Last Edit: July 21, 2016, 12:12:29 PM by TexExp
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Minnow
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How about one of these puppies. Check out the attachment.




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Cool.  Only one question - where is the bow and where is the stern? icon_confused



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