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    Re: the drought that wont end

    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty Spinner View Post
    We had a very small camp of only 3 of us this year. We had an 8, a 6 and a 5 point all down and back in camp hanging from the barn by 10 am on opening day. Were in town by noon for some hot wings and beer and then just hung out at camp and watched the snow fly that night after it being 67 and sunny Saturday afternoon. Best camp ever. I got fairly near your place on the way home. I don't think I've gone the same way twice up there for reasons only known to Sally, my GPS. I really like it up that way!
    What neck of the woods were you in?
    The place you had told me about before?
    Well, congratulations.
    You should look into getting you own piece of heaven as a base camp for fishing the Ds in spring and summer and hunting in the fall.

    My gps is "Tilly". Weird. Maybe they can meet when you are back this way someday.

    John
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    Re: the drought that wont end

    Had 18" at my place by Tues morning 11-22. This place is getting spooky


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    Re: the drought that wont end

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    Nothin' like a good ol' drought to bring out the ghosts of forums past...

    Hey... wait a second....
    Here's JOEY


    https://video.search.yahoo.com/searc...b1&action=view

    Write it down JOEY is predicting a significant snow pack in the Mountains surrounding our Reservoirs

    http://www.hudsonvalleyweather.com/


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    Re: the drought that wont end

    Did the NY reservoirs get snow or mostly rain like we did here in northwest NJ? Hopefully you're getting a decent amount of snow cover. Our flows here are still pitiful. We need all the moisture we can get - rain, snow or ice!

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    Re: the drought that wont end

    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty Spinner View Post
    Our flows here are still pitiful. We need all the moisture we can get - rain, snow or ice!
    I have been peeing on the rivers, I hope that helps...maybe if we all did it?

    "I'm not out on the river to win." -Kieth Rutherford

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    Re: the drought that wont end

    Quote Originally Posted by lightenup View Post
    I have been peeing on the rivers, I hope that helps...maybe if we all did it?
    Well, that explains the bubbles. And the color....

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    Re: the drought that wont end

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    What neck of the woods were you in?
    The place you had told me about before?
    Well, congratulations.
    You should look into getting you own piece of heaven as a base camp for fishing the Ds in spring and summer and hunting in the fall.

    My gps is "Tilly". Weird. Maybe they can meet when you are back this way someday.
    Yup, Garrattsville/Burlington Flats area on my buddy's farm. There is a fallow farm adjacent to his that I would LOVE to buy one day. Many of our deer bed on that property and it is lightly hunted if at all. But I'm still getting my new business up and running and then have to ship a kid off to college, so buying the farm is a long way off (hopefully both literally and figuratively). But I did roll through your town on the way home that Sunday with a buck jammed in the trunk of my Camry.

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    Re: the drought that wont end

    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty Spinner View Post
    Did the NY reservoirs get snow or mostly rain like we did here in northwest NJ? Hopefully you're getting a decent amount of snow cover. Our flows here are still pitiful. We need all the moisture we can get - rain, snow or ice!

    More than 2 weeks ago Walton got about 15 inches, probably 18 plus in the higher terrain.The storm we got yesterday not sure but I have to assume they got 6-8 inches maybe more since I got 5 and I'm well south and east of Walton.The other Reservoirs benefited as well.

    There was rain after the Big snow so we had some snow melt as well.The Cannonsville went from about 18% to 27.7% since than.More lake affect snow up there this weekend.Could be significant.

    Its a start but a good one.


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    Re: the drought that wont end

    Good news, JOE.T. That's a good bump for Cannonsville in a short time! Looks like we're seeing a wetter pattern lately, so let's hope that sticks around for a bunch of months.

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    Re: the drought that wont end

    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty Spinner View Post
    Good news, JOE.T. That's a good bump for Cannonsville in a short time! Looks like we're seeing a wetter pattern lately, so let's hope that sticks around for a bunch of months.
    http://farmersalmanac.com/weather-ou...nter-forecast/

    http://www.accuweather.com/en/weathe...south/60277878


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    Re: the drought that wont end

    Walton Snow pack plus some more Data.

    http://www.nohrsc.noaa.gov/interacti...ts=0&region=us

    Walton coming into the Reservoir is going vertical (2340 CFS) so far.The Bkill and West Branch are going vertical as well which is great since they will not need to call for water ( a release to meet the Montaque target) for a while.They have not had to call for water from Cannonsville since about 11/28.Just simply means more water into the Reservoir than out.great start since its still late fall.

    I'm predicting Cannonsville at 40% by 1/1/2017 right now it's at 26.4.

    https://waterdata.usgs.gov/ny/nwis/u...cd=00065,00060

    Jim question for you, during a drought or drought warning will they look at Trenton as opposed to Montaque ? Sounds logical since that is the last "barrier" for salt incursion. However I know not everything is logical; when it comes to the flow plans. Thanks JOE.T


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    Re: the drought that wont end

    West@Walton up to 1000 again. Looks like Joe might be right. 33% as of today!


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