One would not know from the bitter weather we have had the past couple days that just this past Saturday it hit the 70s with lots of sunshine and no wind!  Today it was in the low 20s when I got up and yesterday, everything not nailed down outside is somewhere else!  Couple bitter days and then we will see 50s again.  Unfortunately, there is a 50% chance of rain both Thursday and Friday.  By Saturday, still 50s and much less chances of rain.  Cross our fingers!

Low one unit still the trend.  Over the weekend, it was even lower than the normal low one.  Projection for today is the same, but I noticed on the site that they are running a little higher than a full one.  Maybe needed to bump it to get some power to heat somewhere!  All indications are that the lake is turning.  Dissolved oxygen levels have been much better this year than they have in the past.  Due in part to the fact that we have not had the horrific rainfalls we have experienced over the past several years.   Plus, this year, the generation pattern has certainly been much different than we have seen in the past.  This too, might be a contributing factor to the good oxygen levels we have experienced this Fall.  Whatever someone is doing, let’s hope they keep it up!  Right now, we are seeing levels at and slightly above 9 ppm!!!!

Brenda – 11/24/18

Carolyn was fortunate enough to be on the water Saturday to enjoy that beautiful day with Brandon and his mother Brenda.  It has been a tradition with them since 2007.  They fish with us the day after Thanksgiving.  Looking at the weather this year, we opted to move it one day and was that the right

Brandon – 11/24/18

decision!  Great day and great fishing.  Early in the day is was the ruby 2 under the size 16 red d-ribbed midge.  Later as the sun really got high and warm, the P&P under a lightning bug or the red d-rib.  Lots of fish and lots of fun in the sun!   David and Karen, from Texas, were enjoying a day on the water with Dana.  They were catching on a size 14 P&P or the black copperhead and ruby 2 midges.

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