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Allatoona on Sunday, Jan 11, 2015 #17373 01/12/15 02:13 PM
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Yesterday afternoon the lake is still being drawn back down from a 6' rise last week. It peaked on Jan 6, 2015 at 833.6' MSL and it is now approaching the 828' MSL mark at 9AM. We came out of Gatewood Cove and went into McCaskey Creek. There was still a good stain back around the campgrounds and swim beach, but the mud was gone. Coming out to the main river channel we could see the red mud up the Etowah side, so we went around to the Allatoona Creek side. When you cleared the State Park Marina area the water cleared up really nicely and was still pretty clear when you got through the "Pass". Temps ranged from 44 degrees to 46 degrees most everywhere we went. Our fish came on the Fly and on Drop Shot, other folks reported the Crank bait produced for them. I cannot confirm it, but I have suspicions that the Fish head Spin "may" have played a role in one limit yesterday afternoon! lol. The lake is almost back down to the trend line on the lake level forecast so hopefully the "hard pull" will be over early this week and allow the lake to settle out and clear back up a bit. There doesn't appear to be any heavy rain in the forecast and this weekend is looking good in the long range forecast. If you know anything more please feel free to jump hear and contribute to this report! Thanks,
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Re: Allatoona on Sunday, Jan 11, 2015 [Re: Bob Smith] #17418 01/21/15 03:52 PM
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Yesterday, Jan 20, about midday, it would appear that they closed the drain on Allatoona. I guess we will have to see what the forecasted rain for Thursday night through Saturday Morning does to the lake. I hoping it doesn't do much. The lake could stand to settle down for a few weeks!


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