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KSL: Outlook dismal for Utah water supply with snowpack at just 62 percent of normal

Bikes

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The lake is dropping about 11 feet per month and if nothing changes it will drop another 27 feet by May 1 when runoff rise should begin. Hopefully the Feds will do some ramp extension during that low. Is there any where where we could put in on May 1 in the north lake?
 

Peto

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La Nina = dry winter.

Hey Bikes, I heard a rumor that they were going to lower the lake so they could extend the ramps......
 

Jwc

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The lake is dropping about 11 feet per month and if nothing changes it will drop another 27 feet by May 1 when runoff rise should begin. Hopefully the Feds will do some ramp extension during that low. Is there any where where we could put in on May 1 in the north lake?
Buy yourself a beater aluminum sled you don’t mind dragging over gravel, chuck it in the back of your truck or put er on a trailer you dont care about get yourself a ten horse and drive into blue notch and put that tub in the water .. wear your life jacket😉 ... see ya up there 🧗‍♀️
 
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Bikes

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Hey Peto You heard that too-must be true! My source said the drain would start in March. What did yours say?
 

Bikes

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I used the wrong rate of decline - it is 5 feet per month for a decline of 13 more feet to May 1, Sorry
 
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