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AustinPynes
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Llano

Post by AustinPynes » Wed Oct 10, 2018 8:58 am

Was just starting to plan a trip to my favorite spots on the Llano. Guess I will need to wait a bit longer. Hope the fish are holding where they can.
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Re: Llano

Post by joeljharvey » Thu Oct 11, 2018 9:24 am

It's been a famine and feast type year for the Llano. Not enough water for most of the year and now too much. It's good to get all the water in the system, but I'm hoping it drops down to ~200 cfs soon so we can get out and enjoy what is usually very good fall fishing (that is if all the fish didn't get washed into LBJ).

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Re: Llano

Post by AustinPynes » Wed Oct 17, 2018 4:51 am

Sad to see our friends on the rivers to the west get such a beating with this flooding. Looks.like from the Guadalupe to the Llano to the San Gabriel and Brushy Creek up where I live are all flooding.
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