There's been some discussion on fish 'limits' so we thought this info-graphic might be helpful.
Another beautiful week in our valley. The lake maintained it’s level over the past week – which with the average of 1″ of evaporation per week, means that we actually got about 1″ of runoff from our local mountains and streams. 1” at this lake level equals 339 acre feet of water = 110
Construction of the new improved larger fish cages is under way. We are getting ready for another shipment of fish that the District will plump up before releasing into the Lake.
Great news for you fishermen out there. We planted 10,000 lbs of baby trout today. Check out the pictures and video
As we discussed last week... the lake was up. This week we're not up, but we remain the same and with the approximate evaporation of 1" a week, that means we got around an inch of runoff to maintain our current level.
Did anyone else notice our Lake rose an inch this past week with no weather activity? That means with the warm weather runoff is making its way to the Lake. Level: 61' 5" - Down From Full: 10'10". 1" at this lake level equals 339 acre feet of water = 110,463,489 gallons. However in
Here are a few shots of the trout we've been raising in our office aquarium. Go free little guys!