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Dam Levels

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Department of Water Affairs has a new upgraded site where you can check water levels of dams in South Africa.

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#2
I see Clanwilliam is coming up nicely - will probably be quite full during the winter classic at the end of July.
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#3
80% at present boet....and COLD.... :blue-biggrin:
"I don't exagerate...I think big!"
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#4
And with more rain on the way next week the dams are looking good :blue-biggrin:
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#5
Went past there today, the board says 81%, but it looks fairly clear. Bulshoek is VERY dirty though and @#$%^&* COLD.
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#6
Sounds like we should be using very dark lures at Bulshoek at the moment
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#7
Thanks PDV. Dam levels DO affect fishing. ie last year Driekoppies was 75% full and some "submerged 'structure visible. Now its 99.9%
This year it is covered and unless you took weighpoints you will battle to find same :blue-confused:
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