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Texas Drought pics #3746 09/27/11 08:41 PM
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Figured you would appreciate these Bob

Lake Travis and area around Austin, Texas

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Re: Texas Drought pics [Re: Huckleberry] #3748 09/27/11 08:57 PM
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Ray
What cause the water to turn red?


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Re: Texas Drought pics [Re: Huckleberry] #3754 09/27/11 09:19 PM
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all the dead gar!!


how about you? banana2
Re: Texas Drought pics [Re: Huckleberry] #3756 09/27/11 09:33 PM
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Wow! eeks2 How far down is that lake from a normal year? Where are the palm trees and camels?


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Re: Texas Drought pics [Re: Huckleberry] #3769 09/28/11 02:13 AM
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Thanks, Ray, I have been keeping up with those drought pictures too. Pretty sad scenario. A lot of buds on Lake Fork are high and dry too. In fact, JP's place Bob Sandlin has to be a good hike from the water now too. frown


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Re: Texas Drought pics [Re: Huckleberry] #3789 09/28/11 04:51 PM
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WOW! That's quite a sad site to see right there, incredible what mother nature can bring upon us WITHOUT damaging winds and rain!


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Re: Texas Drought pics [Re: Huckleberry] #3798 09/28/11 07:57 PM
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Pray for several tropical stroms for that part of the state. I mean several, it would take alot of rain to help that situation. God Bless, I'm sure they need water for more than just fishing and water sports like maybe drinking and baths. Still hurts to see all those docks grounded.


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Re: Texas Drought pics [Re: Huckleberry] #3888 10/01/11 11:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Tom
Ray
What cause the water to turn red?

The water is red because of some kind of fungus

Re: Texas Drought pics [Re: Estarr] #3891 10/02/11 12:24 AM
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Originally Posted by Estarr
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Ray
What cause the water to turn red?

The water is red because of some kind of fungus

It's actually a bacteria or algae.. There are several lakes in West Texas that have dried completely up.


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Re: Texas Drought pics [Re: Bob Smith] #3893 10/02/11 12:28 AM
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Here are some pictures of what Lake O C Fisher now looks like

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Re: Texas Drought pics [Re: Huckleberry] #4000 10/05/11 01:54 AM
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Both ramps closed at Lake Fork Marina. It's a sad, sad sight to see.

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Originally Posted by GFF Staff
Both ramps closed at Lake Fork Marina. It's a sad, sad sight to see.

I lived there from 1992 through the middle of 2007 and never saw it that low.


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Re: Texas Drought pics [Re: Huckleberry] #20533 06/19/21 10:10 PM
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Quite the opposite problem now

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