or other near by lakes? but preferbly Mc Clure Lake or maybe a WEB site to go to ?
Ah yeaaa... did that . they do not show the current water level on that sight . I know I could always call but , Im usually to busy or I forget until I get on here.... soooo , thought someone that may live in that neck of the woods might know . or a web sight.
very cool , thank you . We take a trip here at least 1 or 2xs a year during the summer . the last 2 years were pretty bad , now 3 years ago it was probably the most water I have ever seen in it. Awesome place to go ,wish it was'nt so far for us.
Don Pedro is bigger and has more open water but still plenty of coves. 16 mile run from Flemming meadows to Moccasin Point. The water fall is where the party is at. But not unless the water comes up. Doesn't have Counter clockwise rule like McLure.very cool , thank you . We take a trip here at least 1 or 2xs a year during the summer . the last 2 years were pretty bad , now 3 years ago it was probably the most water I have ever seen in it. Awesome place to go ,wish it was'nt so far for us.
So how is Don Pedro? we have always thought about throwing the boat in on the way home from Mc Clure
Been there a number of times. where on the lake is the water fall. Must not have explored enough.
I drove to Oroville Sat pretty low.
That's it. Last winter we parked 8 houseboats right at the base of the waterfall. We were close enough to get a little wet. Very cool. On holiday weekends it very much like a smaller version of the sandbar at Havisu. Loud, crazy, fun with lots of girls doing drunk girl things.would this be it
You had a good time tohandIt's more of a trickle than a fall. I had to have E4L show me where it was.
Water was low last time I went and was rapidly going down. That was a few years ago. I am hoping these lakes are getting good amounts of water, since most of these storms moved right over Merced and Madera foothills. Should have dropped alot of water into them as well as primed the snow pack.
I guess we'll see what we'll see.