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    WOW The last time I saw the lake that low was in the seventies...
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    But those DAMN canals to L.A. are running full!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GAWnCA View Post
    But those DAMN canals to L.A. are running full!
    it's not just the canals to LA. The amount of salinity in the Delta has a bearing on how much water is released also. If the salt content gets too far into the Delta, it jeopardizes the survival of many species of fish and other wild life. But, I do know what you're saying....LA does get way too much of the water!

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    We used to head to Dunsmuir every year from about 1972 to 1980. It was amazing how low Shasta got in the late 70's! Hopefully they get a lot of rain up there this winter to fill it back up....at least to about 1,020'
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cas View Post
    it's not just the canals to LA. The amount of salinity in the Delta has a bearing on how much water is released also. If the salt content gets too far into the Delta, it jeopardizes the survival of many species of fish and other wild life. But, I do know what you're saying....LA does get way too much of the water!

    Cool link Tim!

    DaveO,
    We used to head to Dunsmuir every year from about 1972 to 1980. It was amazing how low Shasta got in the late 70's! Hopefully they get a lot of rain up there this winter to fill it back up....at least to about 1,020'
    Here's a link to follow the Shasta lake level-
    http://cdec.water.ca.gov/cgi-progs/queryDaily?SHA

    I visit that site all the time
    I lived there in lake head for a few years growing up we used to walk acrossed the lake at lake shore and jump over the sac river/ creek.
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    I drove a boat through that tunnel at the end of summer 1991. Lets all hope for rain!

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    and SNOW!!
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    should be some good fishing up there

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    Looks like we're having a good year for snow so far this year up here. Was out at the lake a couple of weeks ago by the damn, looked pretty crappy. Its gonna take more that a couple of good winters to get it back up, if we're lucky.

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    We can hope, it filled from that point in one winter back in 92! All we need is heavy rain in March and April.

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    I hope it rains alot. I havent been there in 2 years and planning on taking the family up for a couple weeks in April. Im wondering how far the docks will be away from the cabins we rent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Castaicpiper View Post
    I hope it rains alot. I havent been there in 2 years and planning on taking the family up for a couple weeks in April. Im wondering how far the docks will be away from the cabins we rent.
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    Sugarloaf cottages
    http://www.shastacabins.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Castaicpiper View Post
    Its a creek right now. Like Boatmaster said all we can do is hope. Sunny and in the 60's here for the next week.

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