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    Quote Originally Posted by ParrotheadDiver
    yes it is....went to Rio Vista dam and went over the dam and flipped over in my tube and lost my cheap sunglassesfunny part was watching everyone else with their Oakleys and other expensive sunglasses flip over and lose theirs....lots ofcoolersflipped over as well... everyone downstream wasfishing cold beer out of the river....
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    <DIV>I've pick up 4 pair of Oakleys from the river. Plus lots of car keys, a couple wallets, cell phones, bathing suits.... Paper money (and beer) doesn't last long; but I've got a jar of coins that gets a few more each trip. Too bad my wife does not appreciate old bottles as much as I do.</DIV>

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    Has anybody been to Travis in the past few days? I was there last weekend when the water was just below 700 feet. I see it's at 686 now and was wondering if vis is clearing up yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeroks
    Has anybody been to Travis in the past few days? I was there last weekend when the water was just below 700 feet. I see it's at 686 now and was wondering if vis is clearing up yet?

    No have not....BUT was at Lake Murray in Oklahoma yesterday....very low vis...lake was up over normal.....water temps at the surface in the 80's,,at 100ffw it was a comfy 57f.
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