Wow man! Its terrible that the lake is so low but there is some good that will come from it. For one, the low water means that the predators and the prey will be in a more compact living quarters, which means more bigger fish and less smaller fish once the level goes back up again. Also, you have an excellent opportunity to mark down features/structure/cover that is normally under water so that you can find it again once the water levels come back up. A great way to do that is to find a satellite image of the lake and print it out so that you can mark the locations down on it. If you need help with that let me know and we can set you up
We had a decent little storm line form yesterday, and in the southern part of my county, it dropped between 3-4" of rain, and we had flash flood warnings out for a while. Not sure how things look right now, down toward Summerville, but we did get some rain.
Hate to hear that things are bad out there. Rod is right............a few hurricanes might do the Southern US some good............and the folks out West could use some rain as well. They are having wildfires like crazy. :-[
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