A Little Change In The Generation Pattern

Looks like upper 70s today and pretty good chance we will see some rain later today into tomorrow.  Continuing mild temperatures, but a little cooler than we have been experiencing….more normal!  Mid to upper 60s and 70s.  Once we get through tomorrow, the next rain chances show up mid to late next week. 

First major chance in the generation pattern yesterday afternoon.  They shut down the generators around 5:00 p.m. and kept them off until midnight.  Today we are seeing reduced generation.  Started out with a low two generators, ramped up to full two then three and will be down to the equivalent of one generator around 10:00 p.m.  We are less than a half a foot away from normal power pool in Table Rock.  Now, we still have the water from Beaver to get rid of and hope we don’t get a major amount of rain from the rain coming in tonight or the chances next week.  It would be nice to see wadeable water again!

Dana took Brian, from Oklahoma, out half a day Sunday morning.  Pretty good day on a red San Juan worm and an olive wooly bugger. 

Rayna - 4/2/12

How about another smile to add to the collection.  Proud Dad, Dave, let us have this picture of his daughter Rayna with a beautiful, fat rainbow she caught using our #16 gray scud.  They had a great day catching up around the outlets (lots of water running) on the scuds and tan egg patterns.  They were catching both rainbows and browns!  He said “although it was difficult with the water being high, we still had fun!”  And that’s what it is all about!

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