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Gates to Jordan River
Headwater gates to Jordan River are open and river is filling as I type.
" It's all fun and games until someone loses an 'eye'".
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Re: [SBennett] Gates to Jordan River In reply to
Thanks Shane.

How many gates open?

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Re: [SBennett] Gates to Jordan River In reply to
Well that Sucks the water right out of ULFrown
O.C.F.D.
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Re: [TubeDude] Gates to Jordan River In reply to
No problem Pat.
It appears all 3 gates are barely cracked. There is barely a current due to the lake still being so low.
As far as fishability I would guesstimate the river being 2-3' at its deepest.
Shane
" It's all fun and games until someone loses an 'eye'".
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Re: [SBennett] Gates to Jordan River In reply to
It appeared that they were opened on Friday afternoon. First indication I saw of them being opened was on Saturday morning.

Threw a few plastics to no avail for a few minutes. Saw another fellow pulling some cats out.




"Last one to catch a fish, makes the campfire"
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Re: [MSM1970] Gates to Jordan River In reply to
Are they trying to "drain the swamp"?




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Re: [SBennett] Gates to Jordan River In reply to
I need water to water my lawn and garden
so let the water come
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Re: [ratnest] Gates to Jordan River In reply to
I was hoping with the wet spring they might wait a couple weeks before they start taking water, the inflows are really moving now, lawns will be ok for another month, I would like mine to quit growing so fast.
O.C.F.D.
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Re: [SBennett] Gates to Jordan River In reply to
woo woo thanx for the update the north end has been rising and dropping sporadically for the past month