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Surface temps started out pushing 54F off Wildcat and by noon I had close to 55F on my depth finder.  Visibility was around 2 ft looking down into the water.  It was quite cloudy off the west side.  A couple patches of algae here and there.  Rock’s along the shoreline are covered and slippery so be careful wading.  I’ll be covering some water this week.  Stay tuned.  

The lake is 1.34ft lower than it was last year at the same time so be careful out there the rocks are closer to the surface and many natural rock piles are not marked or buoyed.   We’ve had cooler weather the last couple weeks.  Not a lot of rain but we’ve seen some winds.  The winds have the lake pretty stirred up right now.  Clarity will be lower but we hope to see it clear up some for the weekend.  It’s not as bad as I have seen it in the past few years, and hopefully it’s wind driven and will settle out fairly quickly.  Surface temps still cool enough to keep fish in 6 to 10ft of water as they cruise the shoreline structures. 

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I personally believe the lake simply can’t digest the nutrient load any more considering the low level and that the number of cattle for grazing in the watershed had been increased, not reduced while the lake elevation was historically low.  Funny how long we remained somewhat clearer without cattle on the south basin for 2019 season.  The algae bloom was short like normal years.  But algae remained a constant around the shoreline in some areas thru November and into early December.   Spalding has been a chocolate soup bowl since July and barely got better.  See the Sept video showing the discoloration and defined line from the air.  Continues to be the worst water conditions for this lake that I have ever seen it in over 55 years.   Preliminary results indicate we’re quite a bit higher in phosphorus in all three basins than target levels for the water board.  Apparently, if the water board can’t reach the target range after all these years, there is a reason.  The north basin water doesn’t appear to be very inviting for recreational opportunities at this time, perhaps a good winter will help.  Eagle Lake Guardians are assisting Lahontan in sample collections as much as possible.  We’ll be checking. 

Humans can no longer be to blame for nutrients since the communities have been on wastewater systems for over 10 years now except that the seasonal cabins at Eagle’s Nest that remain on septic tanks and leach fields.  The lake has gone from its once crystal  clear waters to mucky green in summer for the last several years.  No longer the lake we all knew.  For over 20 years water quality tests were “required” weekly by DFW.  Since Paul Divine they are rarely conducted…even through our HISTORIC LOW LAKE ELEVATIONS.  The tests (decades of them) were for temp every 5 ft to 50ft, pH, dissolved 02, salinity and conductivity every week.  DFW now down to once a year…if that.  Upon request, DFW sent me to Lahontan, to the wrong person at Lahontan and for the water tests being conducted on the surface.  LoL  The ones I was collecting.  However, it is of upmost concern about dissolved oxygen at levels deeper than a couple feet.  The upper water column is always good for DO due to the winds, but the lower levels are essential for the trout in summer.  Also, indicates of how well the lake is doing, however, not conducted regularly any longer.  Wow, decades of flowing data and changes and now to stop.  One would think the water quality testing would be more critical now than ever.   LoL.  No data, no problem.  USFS has not abided by the federal standards laid out by grazing management, BLM has not conducted water testing in the north basins, however are supposed to abide by the same standards as USFS.  Nature can’t always fix a man made problem. 

The long living tui chub aren’t going to go anywhere either.  Only get to be a bigger problem regarding biomass in the lake in the future and too big to be food for a trout in this lake to eat.  Lahontan is now very aware of the cause for the blue/green algae and is working on a solution for the future, however, they have said the same rhetoric for the last 40 years.  But, now the residents, Eagle Lake Guardians and others are holding these agencies accountable.  As the lake rises, more nutrients may continue to cause problems until A) the lake stabilizes at it’s normal level (another 8ft of water), & B) nutrients are reduced.   Rotting vegetation from low water also has an affect when water rises but winds and wave action generally removes that to shore pretty quickly.  We were told that the ash and retardant would be tested for, however, it has not.  If DFW and LNF don’t know what the problem is, well, Lahontan will be finding out for them, but the people are going to have to keep the fire burning.  If that means assisting the state water board actually conduct the tests, analyze the DNA of the culprits, then that’s what will be done by Eagle Lake Guardians.  After severely low water levels and, after 10 years of drought conditions, potentially rising water, many things can have an affect and together we could see problems for a while.  We’ll know something before next grazing season, so says the water board.  LoL.  I believe the lake needs a break from cattle grazing on the shoreline for a few years. 

SEE PHOTOS IN OUR GALLERY    The photo gallery has all the old albums in it so you have a historical reference as to the lake, ramps and when things happened like the low water ramp building and when the last time the old Gallatin Ramp and Harbor were usable.  
HERE IS THE CONSERVATION PLAN TO RESTORE THE NATIVE SPAWN OF EAGLE LAKE TROUT, RESTORE PINE CREEK AND RESTORE AND MAINTAIN THE GENETICS!  WORK HAS ALREADY BEGUN AND DFW HAS MADE CHANGES IN HOW THEY MANUALLY COLLECT AND FERTILIZE EGGS.  USFWS DETERMINATION SHOULD BE OUT BY THE END OF THE MONTH.  One female to one male for artificial spawn since 2015.  The quality of the fish is improving, extra bones reduced and exponential numbers of white flesh reduced to more normal levels.  In every red fleshed salmonoid there’s a natural occurrence of white meat. Good to see the white fleshed fish reducing and our deep red flesh re-emerging as dominant.  The white flesh is still Eagle Lake trout, just as a white fleshed salmon is still a salmon.  I don’t have a problem eating either.
CHRISTIE DAY USE AREA HANDICAP RAMP TOWARDS THE LAKE IS IN SUCH DISREPAIR THAT IT CAN HANDICAP YOU IF YOU AREN’T ALREADY IMPAIRED.  THERE ARE A LOT OF TRIP HAZARDS.  We walk on the vegetation beside the ramp.  There are several trails.  Doubtful we’ll see any repairs to existing handicap access.
5-1-20:  Officially the elevation is 5095.81, 1.34ft lower than it was last year at the same time.
4-12-20: Unofficial elevation measurement at Spalding ramp markers:  5095.96ish.  About 2 1/2″ higher than in March.  Corresponding closely with local precipitation.
3-2-20: As per Don Willis the lake had gone down 1.3″ (0.11ft)  over the last month.  0.37′ higher than 2019 at the same time (4.4″) 5095.77ft 
2-4-20: As per Don Willis Lassen County Surveyor “…the lake has only come up 0.09ft (1.08″) over the past month…1.2ft higher than it was one year ago at this time.  3.84″ increase since Dec.”  5095.88ft.
1-2-2020: As per Don Willis Lassen County Surveyor: ” …the lake has risen 0.2ft (2.4”) over the last month.  …. 5095.79ft which is 1.46ft higher than one year ago at the same time.”
12-2-19: From Don Willis Lassen County: Excerpt: “We found that the lake has come up 0.03 ft. (0.36 in.) over the past month.  The elevation of the lake is currently at 5095.59 feet as measured at the “new” boat ramp at Gallatin.  This elevation is 1.37 ft. higher than it was one year ago at this time.” (Note: 1.26″ of moisture from the recent snowfall melt)
11-1-19: From Don Willis Lassen County: Excerpt ”The results of our live lei great this morning at Eagle Lake show that the level has dropped 0.25ft (3”) over the past month.  5095.56ft current: 1/38ft (1 ft 4 1/2”) above where it was at one year ago at this time.”
10-1-19:  From Don Willis Lassen County: Excerpt  The results of our leveling this morning at Eagle Lake show that the lake dropped only 0.07 ft. (0.84 in.) over the past month.  The current elevation is at 5095.81ft.  1.54ft higher than one year ago.
9-6-19:   From Don Willis Lassen County surveyor:  “The results of our leveling this morning at Eagle Lake show that the level has dropped 0.49 feet (6 inches) over the past month.The current elevation of the lake is at 5095.88 ft. and fortunately is 1.26 ft. above where it was at one year ago at this time.”
8-2-19: Don Willis, Lassen County Surveyor: “The results of our leveling this morning at Eagle Lake show that the water level has dropped 0.37 feet (4.44 inches) over the past month.  This puts the elevation at 5096.37 feet as measured at the “newer” boat ramp at Gallatin.”
7-8-19: The results of our leveling yesterday afternoon at Eagle Lake show that it has dropped 0.46 ft. (5.52 in.) over the past month.  This puts the lake at an elevation of 5096.74 ft. as measured at the deep water boat ramp at Gallatin.  The good news is that the current elevation is 1.06 ft. above where it was at one year ago at this time. Since we don’t have but two ramps, I assume he meant the LOW WATER ramp since that was his photo.  LoL. 
6-4-19: The current elevation of the lake is at 5097.20 feet which is 1.31 ft. (1 ft, 3 in.) above where it was at one year ago.  The results of our leveling this morning at Eagle Lake show that the level has come up 0.05 ft. (0.6 inches) over the past month.  This was surprising to me given that Pine Creek is still flowing and there have been thunderstorms in the area for a while now. (1.03” of rain the last two weeks of May might have helped. LoLV)
5-14-19 Pine Creek flow was around 46cfs
5-6-19 Pine Creek flow around 69.1cfs. Official Lake Elevation by Don Willis Lassen County Surveyor is 5097.15ft.  Which is up 1.07ft for April. Wow, the math works with the cfs and duration. Lake up 2.96ft since Dec 2018. We haven’t seen 5097’s since 2011.  However, at the flow rate of Pine Creek it’s doubtful the lake will continue to rise any higher but we may stave off a little evaporation.  Flow will be fine for the fish upstream for a while.  Not an “epic” winter as many people thought.  I remained conservative as I have collected numbers for years and numbers matter, the math works.  We remain 10” short on rainfall from 2017, but I sure would like to see some before summer.  Only a good rain will help the lake rise higher, immediately by the way. 🙂
5-1-19 Pine Creek flowing around 145cfs.  Lake is pretty much done rising.  No change this week.  County will be checking elevation this week.
4-22-19: Unofficial check at 8:45AM indicated the lake was 5097.035ft.  County will measure around the first of May. But my estimate is that we’ve seen a little over a foot increase this month so far, which is pretty right inline with the cfs of Pine Creek. Almost 3ft gain since November. Hope to see a few more inches before it’s over for the season. 🙁  We’ll see.  As the weeks warm up, flow could remain fairly steady.
4-13-19: Unofficial check today indicated the lake was around 5096.68ft which is getting very close to 2017 high water mark. New ramp photos in Spalding in 2019 ramp album in the Photo Gallery.
4-2-19: Lassen County official measurement from Don Willis: “The results of our leveling this morning at Eagle Lake show that the lake is at an elevation of 5096.08 feet which is 0.68 ft. (8.16 inches) above where it was at a month ago.  This is just slightly higher than it was one year ago at this time (5096.08 ft. vs 5095.95 ft.).”
3-29-19: Unofficial check at Spalding ramp markers 5095.96ft.  County will most likely officially measure sometime next week. Papoose and Merrill are also flowing along with Pine Creek.  CFS’s in Pine Creek not stellar but fair.  Last check on 3-27-19 was at 145cfs.  Still up and down.
3-19-19 Unofficial check at 5095.62 (Pine Creek picking up a little, but still not gushing)
3-4-19:  Official elevation from Don Willis Lassen County surveyor: The results of our leveling at Eagle Lake show that the lake has come up 0.71 ft. (8.52 inches) over the past month.  This puts the elevation at 5095.40 ft. which is just slightly below the elevation it was at one year ago at this time (5095.46 ft.). (7.04″ of Moisture in Spalding since last elevation check, a bit more down south, good increase with local precip).
2-1-19 Official Lassen County Surveyor Don Willis “lake elevation 5094.69 ft.  Up 4.3″ over a month.  0.71ft (8.5″) below where it was at one year ago.” Note that January precipitation was 4.71 inches as per my weather station in Spalding.
Official Lassen County Surveyor Don Willis lake elevation 5094.33ft.  Up 1.32″ in the last month. 10.56″ below last year at the same time. (Moisture in December in Spalding was 1.67″ as per my weather station at home)
11-30-18: Official lake elevation at 5094.22ft: 0.36″ above last month (11.64″ below last year at the same time.)
11-2-18: Official lake elevation at 5094.18ft, only lost a little over an inch in October (perhaps that 0.96″ of rain around the first of the month helped out a bit. 10.5 inches lower than last year at the same time.
10-1-18: Official elevation at the Low Water Ramp at Gallatin 5094.27ft.  4.2 inches lower in the last month.  11.3 inches lower than last year at the same time.  Basically around 3 3/4ft above our lowest point. Almost 2ft lower than our highest point this year.
9-5-18: Official elevation at the Low Water Ramp at Gallatin The elevation of the lake at the new Gallatin ramp is currently at 5094.62 feet.  This represents a drop of 1.06 feet since our last measurement on July 2nd.  The current elevation is also 0.79 feet (9.48 in.) lower than it was at this time one year ago.
7-2-18 As per Lassen County, 5095.68ft.  2.52″ lower in one month.
6-30-18: 5095.71ft.  About 5095ft 8 9/16″  A little over 2″ lower in 22 days.  About where we were 8-6-17.  Not bad considering.  But now we will likely see an uptick in evaporation as July/August are generally our highest evap months.  Light wind at the time.  Not official (measured at the benchmarks at Spalding ramp and could slightly change as wind was slightly pushing water in from the northeast at the time. 
6-8-18: “5095.89ft” (About 5095ft 10 2/3″) as per Lassen County official measurement.  8.5” lower than last year at the same time. Basically about where we were in late July 2017.
6-2-18: 5096.08ft or 5096ft 1″.  About where we were on 7-15-17. Still a bit higher from the rains before opening weekend.  But it’s going to start evaporating faster now.
5-20-18:  5096.06ft. 5096ft 11/16″ Holding thanks to some passing showers, cooler temps adding to less evaporation.  Light easterly breeze 0-2mph at 8:15AM.  On 5-2017 the lake elevation peaked at 5096.7ft.  Still around 7+” below last years elevation.
5-13-18: 5096.05ft.  Or 5096ft 9/16 inch.  Down around 1″.
Lassen County measurement 5096.12  (Peak elevation of 5096.7ft in 2017 was on May 20th)
4-28-18: 5096.15 or Approximately 5096ft 1 17/32″ (just a hair over the 1/2″ mark. Down about 3/4″ in 8 days which is pretty close to normal evaporation for this time of year considering the heat and winds last week.  Now just hope we see some more weather come in to help. A good local thunderstorm could help bring us back up a smidge.
4-21-18: 5096.18ft or Approximately 5096ft 2 1/4″ (a fraction of an inch below the 1/4″ mark.  Probably about where we are going to peak this year unless we see more local storms.  Pine Creek not at a rate to keep up with evaporation at this point.  
4-13-18:  5096.15 or Approximately 5096ft 1 1/2″ up about 1/4″ in 4 days after 0.30″ of moisture.
4-9-18:  5096.104FT.  Approximately 5096ft 1 1/4″ which is up 1 3/4″ from 3-27.
3-27-18:  5095.96FT or 5095ft 11 1/2″  up around 1 1/4″ since 3-22 (about where we were in late July 2017)
3-22-18:  5095.82ft or 5095ft 10 1/4 inches! The lake came up around 2 1/4″ in the last two days of the storm event which dropped 3.85″ of moisture in 48 hours!! WooHoo!  Unofficial but measured using intelligence, stationary markers and a real measuring stick. LoL.
3-20-18: 5095.66ft or approximately 5095ft 8″. Unofficial measurement at the Spalding ramp and there was a light wind blowing at the time.  So we are up around 4 inches since mid January.  Better than being down from January. LoL About 1 ft to go to reach 2017 high level of 5096.7ft
1-16-18: 5095.38: approximately 5095ft 4 inches.  Unofficial measurement, but a starting place for 2018.
9-24-17 5095.26ft, losing .6in per week.  1.47ft lower than it’s highest elevation as per Doc Bateson.
9-4-17: 5095.41ft and lost .94″ since 8-6-17

EAGLE LAKE is dropping at a rate of 1.425″ per week since July 2nd. It is now at 5095.73′ and has lost 7 &1/8″ during that time (about a month).
7-15-17: As per Doc’s measurement the lake elevation is 5096.07ft; 7/8″ above 5096ft.  It has dropped 3 inches in two weeks and up to 1 1/2″ per week evaporation.  This is actually normal evap for this time of year.  Going to be a long summer.
7-2-17: As per Doc’s measurement the lake elevation is 5096.32ft and it is dropping 1.33 inches per week.
6-23-17: As per Doc Bateson the lake elevation is 5096.479ft.  It has lost 2.65″ since May 20.  Now that Pine Creek and other tributaries are no longer flowing into the lake we will begin to see our evaporation pick up a bit.
6-2-17:  As per Doc Bateson our lake elevation perfectionist; 5096ft 7 and 5/8ths inches. That’s 5096.635’ it  has dropped .065’ or  .78” (a little over 3/4″) in 13 days.  
5-20-17:  As per Doc Bateson the lake elevation measured 5096.7ft
4-30-17  As per Doc Bateson’s measurement ” 5096.375′ which is 5.515′ higher than on December 3rd 2016. It has risen 1.427′ Just since March 18th.
4-18-17 Unofficial measurement at the Spalding ramp was 5096.54ft.  Winds were blowing lightly so the elevation could be slightly off.  Creeks are slowing down some now so we are probably going to see a slow down of rising.  Any storm passing through can have flow pick up. 
4-3-17 Lassen County Official Measurement: “We made our monthly visit to Eagle Lake this morning and found that the lake has come up 1.38 feet over the past month.  The elevation at the Gallatin Ramp is currently 5095.78 feet above sea level and the lake has come up 4.99 feet since November 1st of last year.  It is also 3.22 feet higher than this same time one year ago. 
3-29-17:  5095.64′ Measured from the elevation tags at Spalding ramp.  A gain of about 2inches in 4 days. Flows in Pine Creek subsiding a little this week from last week, so we expect to see a little slower rise unless a storm passes through.
3-25-17: 5095.45ft (unofficial) Measured between the elevation plate screws at the ramp in Spalding. A gain of around 6″ from the increased flow of Pine Creek and just over an inch of rain on 3-21.
3-19-17: 5094.948 as per Doc Bateson.  Up a couple inches in the last few days.  We have about 5/8′ to resach 5095ft.  Up a little over 4ft from our lowest water level last year and about 2 1/5ft above last years highest level.  So we are doing ok, but could sure use a lot more.
3-16-17: 5094.8′ up around 3 1/2 inches according to the markers at the Spalding ramp.
3-8-17: 5094.5ft according to the markers set by Doc Bateson at the Spalding ramp.  Up around a foot in the last month.
2-12-17 5093.4ft
2-11-17: 5093.38FT As per Doc Bateson.  2.52ft higher than Dec 3, 2016 (which had held due to Oct/Nov rains). 18.29″ of moisture since July 1 here at the house in Spalding.  So the springs were still pumping good over winter too.
12-3-16:  5090.86ft As per Doc Bateson.  Still a few inches above last year, but still below the record.
10-20-16: 5090.866′  (after 3.03″ of rain)  Without the recent rain, the lake would have been where it was last year.  So we didn’t keep the 6″ of water we had over last year.  Only the rains brought it up.  Bly Tunnel from the valve remains dry.
7-3-16: 5092.23; almost 6″ lower than 5-30, but around 6″ higher than last year at the same time.  As per Doc Bateson.
5-30-16 5092.72: as per Doc Bateson, up 1/4 inch since 5-1.
5-1-16 5092.7FT  Officially as per Doc Bateson, the lake is only 5.76 inches above last year’s elevation, May 2, 2015.  Expect similar conditions to last season.  We still have 27 days to go.  Hopefully we see more showers and hold on to that 5+ bonus inches to help get us through the season launching!
3-19-16 5092.43FT.  UP 1.835FT SINCE 11-22-15.  2.52 INCHES HIGHER THAN MAY 2 2015.  As per Doc Bateson’s report


10-18-15: 5090.61 and holding
9-30-15 5090.6 ft
8-30-15:  5090.97ft 
8-16-15: 5091.2ft as per Doc Bateson’s measurements.  We lost 2 1/2 inches in 2 weeks and are only 2.4 inches away from our lowest recorded level in 1935.
8-1-15:5091.4ft as per Doc Bateson’s measurements.  We had 2.41 inches of rain in my backyard in July  (2.68″ at Spalding’s sewer ponds 2 miles NW) and the south end had more than we did up north but it helped counter evaporation.
7-4-15:  5091.70ft as per doc Bateson.
6-20-15: 5091.83ft;  now just 9.96 inches from our lowest recorded level in 1935.  (lost approx 4″ in the last 20 days.
6-1-15: 5092.16ft now just over a foot from lowest recorded level in 1935
5-2-15: 5092.22ft as per Doc Bateson.  About 1 ft 3 inches above lowest recordered level in 1935.

9-15-14 5092.035ft.  As per doc Bateson, our local doctor and scientist we are now about 1 ft above the lowest recorded lake elevation of 5091 in 1935.  Note: “recorded level”. 
9-5-14 5092.15
2013 Eagle Lake Elevation: 
September 2, 2013 5093.9ft; 18.5  inches lower than April 28.
July 28, 2013 5094.44 ft, about 5094 ft 5 inches.
July 7, 2013 appears to be about 2-3 inches below 5095ft…. or 5094ft 9-10 inches or so.  Unofficial.  Going by the end of the cement at Spalding ramp being out of the water & taking chances that the end of the cement is at 5095ft elevation.
June 1, 2013 was around 5095ft 1 inch.  About 6″ of cement in the water at Spalding ramp. 
4-28-13 5095.44ft
4-11-13 5095.5 ft (unofficial by the markers at Spalding ramp)….I guess my estimate was only 3/4 of an inch off.  Not bad for a girl ehe?
4-2-12:  5096.42 ft or 5096 ft 5 inches. 
Ending Nov 2012 5093.70
MARCH 10, 2011 – 5096.28 UP 0.68ft up around 8″ from local winter moisture, measurement taken hours before Pine Creek flow reached the Slough.
MARCH 17, 2011 – 5096.50, UP 2 1/2 INCHES IN ONE WEEK OF FLOW
MARCH 26, 2011 – 5096.63 FT; UP 2 5/8 INCHES SINCE 3-17
MARCH 29, 2011 – 5096.66 FT
MARCH 31, 2011 – 5096.70 FT
APRIL 4, 2011 – 5096.76  or 5096 ft 9 inches.
APRIL 9, 2011 – 5096.86 FT or 5096ft 101/4  inches.
APRIL 14, 2011 – 5096.90 ft
APRIL 19, 2011 – 5096.98 ft.  Up 0.08 ft in 5 days…or around 1 inch.
APRIL 27, 2011 – 5097.28FT! or 5097 ft 3 3/8 inches.
MAY 1, 2011 5097.34 FT or 5097 ft 4 1/16 inches; up 5/8 inches
MAY 4, 2011 – 5097.39 FT or approximately 5097 ft 4  13/16 inches…a little over ¾ inch.
MAY 7, 2011 – 5097.44 FT Or 5097 ft 5 ¼ inches.
MAY 16, 2011 – 5097.44 FT.  NO CHANGE IN LAKE ELEVATION FROM 5-7-11.  One and a quarter inches more water than last year means it is still going to be a bad year for the lake level.
MAY 21, 2011 – 5097.49 FT up 5/8 inches since May 16.  Coincides very closely to the amount of local moisture in the last 5 days.  Due to heavy winds that haven’t stopped long enough to get an accurate elevation we have not taken one.  However, we can tell you that we are still pretty much the same and still well below the 5098 ft elevation.
MAY 30. 2011 – 5097.59, up around 5/8 inch in 9 days.  Again, coinciding with the amount of local precipitation.  We aren’t gaining and we aren’t losing at the current flow rate of Pine Creek.  We have now just officially reached the 2 ft mark since the lowest lake elevation in Nov 2010.
JUNE  12, 2011 – 5097.68 ft from 5097.59 ft on May 30.  Increase of around 1 inch (for elevation in inches it is 5097 ft 6 7/8 inches).  We also had over an inch of precipitation fall in the basin in the last 10 days.
JUNE 24, 2011 – 5097.57 ft from 5097.68 ft June 12.  That translates into inches as down nearly 1 3/8 inches in 12 days.
JULY 5, 2011 – 5097.46 from 5097.57 on June 24.  That translates to 5097 ft 5 ½ inches.  Down 1 ¼ inches in 10 days.  Average daily humidity as been 13%.
JULY 18, 2011 – 5097.23 Ft from 5097.46 ft on July 5th.  Down around 1 3/8 inches in 13 days which levels out at 5097 ft 2 ¾ inches.
JULY 24, 2011 – 5097.15 FT from 5097.23 ft on July 18.  Down 3.96 inches since July 4 as per Doc Bateson.
AUGUST 4, 2011 – 5097 ft from 5097.15 ft on July 24.  About 1 ¾ inch drop in elevation.
AUGUST 8, 2011 – 5096.97 FT from 5097.0 4 days ago
AUGUST 12, 2011 – 5096.86 ft shot from doc B.  Average weekly evaporation of 1.23 inches per week which doc says is better (lower) than last year at the same time.
AUGUST 24, 2011 – 5096.68 FT.  Down from 5096.86 ft 12 days ago.
AUGUST 30, 2011 – 5096.56 FT.  Down around 1 ½ inches in last 6 days
SEPTEMBER 6, 2011 – 5096.45FT, Down around 1 3/8 inches in the last 7 days.
SEPTEMBER 20, 2011 – 5096.34 FT.  Or 5096ft 4 1/8 inches.
OCTOBER 14-11 5096.18 or 5096 ft 2 1/8 inches
May 16, 2010 – 5097.36 feet; 
October 30, 2010  was 5095.60 feet.
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