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    The one good thing about all this water is that it is early enough in the season that the temperatures should not be lethal to trout, at least not yet... All the rain we got this morning is definitely not helping the situation unfortunately...
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    Lake rising and CSFs going down. I assume the Csfs does not count water through the flood gates i.e. warmer water.

    So more warm water over the dam?

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    It should be pretty cool because it's taken from the bottom of the lake as well as the rain drop temperatures. But those turbines could warm it up...
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    Actually, the water comes from a midway point, around 618 i believe(?) & all the water that's entered since has been warmer.
    Whether or not it can mix & cool will be the question, lake on the rise again

    Grumpy

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