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    WB Flow release at 300 cfs

    Anybody know why they are using what appears to be table 4a to get to that release amount, that is the table with no available water forecasted? Reminds me if that Seinfeld episode, you screwed me again Constanza!

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    Re: WB Flow release at 300 cfs

    Quote Originally Posted by Ausable View Post
    Anybody know why they are using what appears to be table 4a to get to that release amount, that is the table with no available water forecasted? Reminds me if that Seinfeld episode, you screwed me again Constanza!

    No idea, but I'm headed up in a few days for 4 days of fishing. Sure hope flows pick back up a bit before then!

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    Re: WB Flow release at 300 cfs

    Quote Originally Posted by Ausable View Post
    Anybody know why they are using what appears to be table 4a to get to that release amount, that is the table with no available water forecasted? Reminds me if that Seinfeld episode, you screwed me again Constanza!
    It was ugly this weekend. Flows cut back to 225cfs coming out of the dam.

    "Angling is extremely time consuming. That's sort of the whole point." - Thomas McGuane

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    Re: WB Flow release at 300 cfs

    did you bring the boat up?

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    I didn't. Just did some exploring with al on foot.

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    Re: WB Flow release at 300 cfs

    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty Spinner View Post
    No idea, but I'm headed up in a few days for 4 days of fishing. Sure hope flows pick back up a bit before then!
    I'm hoping to get up there Thurs-Fri...wouldn't mind meeting the infamous RS

    If I can make it up, I'll be staying with some PAFF guys at Capra...


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    Re: WB Flow release at 300 cfs

    Philthy - I'll be at the West Branch Angler near the Hale Eddy bridge from Wed. - Saturday (leaving Saturday). Find me at the bottom cabins after dark around a camp fire (that can be seen clearly from outer space as a blinding white light emanating from Earth). Those are cabins 21, 22 and 23 next to the boat launch. Plenty of food and beverages. Tomorrow night is venison chilli and venison stew and whatever else others are bringing and Thursday is grilled musk ox and Arctic char with various appetizers of unknown origins. It's always something that you won't find at home...

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    Re: WB Flow release at 300 cfs

    All I got from your post was ...

    [QUOTE=Rusty Spinner;226836]Find my bottom after dark QUOTE]


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    Re: WB Flow release at 300 cfs

    [QUOTE=Thursthouse;226838]All I got from your post was ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty Spinner View Post
    Find my bottom after dark QUOTE]

    That was "stay away from my bottom, especially after dark".

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    Re: WB Flow release at 300 cfs

    [QUOTE=Rusty Spinner;226840]
    Quote Originally Posted by Thursthouse View Post
    All I got from your post was ...


    That was "stay away from my bottom, especially after dark".
    Hahaha! Have a good trip - the menu sounds awesome


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    Re: WB Flow release at 300 cfs

    [QUOTE=Thursthouse;226841]
    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty Spinner View Post

    Hahaha! Have a good trip - the menu sounds awesome
    Forget the menu, you should see the alcohol line up. A who's who of the finest in moonshine, small batch bourbon and single malt Scotch. Then there's the 5pm big pool Martini party with your choice of blue cheese stuffed olives or onions with habenero slices in plastic Martini glasses. Passing drift boat clients and their guides welcomed as often happens most years.

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    Re: WB Flow release at 300 cfs

    I don't get this big flow reduction out of Cannonsville at all:

    RESERVOIR INFORMATION - Here are the latest reservoir totals-Cannonsville 99.5%, Pepacton 97.7%, Neversink 96.3%- Ashokan 98.3%, Schoharie 90.2%, Croton 96.7%, Roundout 98.1%. Combined storage was 97.7% as of May 1st… For this date reservoirs are usually at 100.0% of capacity. We are at -2.3% below normal reservoir capacity for this date..

    It's not like we're in the midst of a drought with 97.7% of capacity in all NY City reservoirs. What gives?

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