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    Anyone on the Caney this weekend? I am heading up next week for my first time there. Any latest info would be appreciated.
    Jim Duke

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    Jim,
    Hope that you have a drift boat.
    They have been running one generator (5600 cu ft/sec all week.
    Wading is impossible.
    Check the schedule before making your final plans.
    William

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    If the Corps intends to meet it's October water level plan of around 625 feet for the lake level, then they have over 5 more feet of water to go. That's a lot of generation. Fishing the Caney anytime soon looks unlikely.

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    Stop that sort of talk! Knock on wood! I gotta fish, I'm having withdrawals!
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    Shut up! *sticks out tongue*

    I'm having some serious fishing related stress right now.
    Trey Nichols- jato_jr@yahoo.com

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    Trey, take out those kayaks and toss some streamers...
    "Then He said to them, 'Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men.'" Matthew 4:19

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    I would, if they could track for a distance longer than 5 feet. I need to come up with something to make them track for longer.
    Trey Nichols- jato_jr@yahoo.com

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    I've wondered the same thing myself. Anyway, it looks like they are letting around 1800 cfs through the sluice. Looks like we have a whole lot of rain coming today, so they will have to run a lot to get the lake down to October levels.

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