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Well, my problem is slightly different - it 80F here in Texas, but am not fishing as Lake Travis has shrunk. The level is about 20' below normal - no significant rain for months (out of range of the hurricanes and their fall-out)

 

There is no water in the little cove that produced so many sunfish, some decent bass, and toothsome flathead catfish last year.

 

Lake Travis is now about 300 yards away, and fringed with mud - the top of which has dried to a thin crust. On our side of the lake, it is now shallow for a long way out.

 

I COULD fish it but have decided not to bother - I'll just sit here urging Steve to get the track into Wingham cleared of snow before my return :rolleyes::rolleyes:

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We went for a walk and got caught in snow shower...

 

 

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The snow was horizontal

 

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It's been snowing on and off here all day. Not got to much of a depth yet. more forcast for tonight through to friday, but I will believe it, if and when I see it.

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