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Re: Tulpehocken creek holdovers

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The Tully is at an absurd 31 cfs. ????

Posted on: 10/3 14:36
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Re: Tulpehocken creek holdovers

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Outsider,

Yes, the limitations as I see are really 2 things. Releases for flood control (basically how fast the ACOE must get to normal pool elevation - 290ft) and recreation. What are the levels (too high and too low) that in-lake recreation become affected? Can't really go below the 290 mark, so throw out the low level limit for recreational facilities. So how High can we go and how fast must ACOE get back to 290 ft?

Looks like the 31 cfs was due to maintenance work on the gate system. Nature of the beast.

Posted on: 10/3 15:21


Re: Tulpehocken creek holdovers

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LehighRegular,

I'm not trying to be argumentative, just stating information as I know it to be. I would love it if the COE would release more water during the summer. Only they can provide an answer.

If the low flow is due to a gate issue, I will be relieved.

Posted on: 10/3 16:58
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Re: Tulpehocken creek holdovers

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do some searches on here for more info on releases. They have a system based on temperature of stream for when they start to release colder water, but as was said before, there ain't much so it doesn't last all summer.

Posted on: 10/6 11:43



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