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PKFISHIN

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Since the lake is flooded I'm wondering if the COE is running the generators.  It's really a bummer being retired but having no place to go fishing. All the ramps are closed and the vast majority of the lake muddy as the Mississippi. Couple that with the threat of thunderstorms and a small slow boat and bank fishing is starting to look better. In the past I've caught some nice fish when the generators were running below the dam. If anyone has a link to a site where it tells the schedule that would be nice.
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Not generating due to flooding downstream.  I think it's ridiculous but it is what it is. It seem  every one else in Ok. is.

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oops, I guess they are generating finally.
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oops, I guess they are generating finally.
Releasing 9,000 cu ft per second. Still coming in at 47,400 cu ft per sec.
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Here is a link for Denison dam generating.


http://www.swt-wc.usace.army.mil/DENI.lakepage.html
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plenty of good bank fishing at Platter Rec Area , bank fisherman catching blues and channels , bow fisherman sticking rough fish . Seen a few kayaks out there , thinking I might get one. 
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Kahuna,
That's allot of incoming, that is over an acre-foot per second.

Looks like its going over the spill way again!
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Tulsa District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
IMPORTANT INFORMATION - Lake Texoma Release Plan:
The current release plan includes increasing releases tomorrow to approximately 42,750cfs.
The release plan is tentative and subject to change based on additional rainfall, downstream conditions, and status of other reservoirs on the Red River.
However, it is likely to continue for the next several days.
Conditions are being monitored continuously.
The Arkansas-Red Basin River Forecast Center should be contacted for flood conditions on the Red River.
Release schedule changes are communicated by the Corps to the ABRFC as they occur.
Releases at Lake Texoma will be increasing over the next several hours. Releases will systematically over several hours be increased from about 13,000 cfs to 20,600 cfs to 27,300 cfs to about 35,100 cfs then to about 42,750 cfs.
Again this is a tentative schedule that is subject to change based on additional rainfall.

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Might as well increase releases. Can't do anything about it when it's going over the spillway.[frown]
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plenty of good bank fishing at Platter Rec Area , bank fisherman catching blues and channels , bow fisherman sticking rough fish . Seen a few kayaks out there , thinking I might get one. 


What's the HP rating of a Hobie PA14???

I ain't doing no paddlin' or pedalin'.  [smile]

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As of 1 pm 5/22, floodgates open 10.5' releasing 35k cfs and generating 24 hr per coe telephone recording.
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