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mr. leadcore

flow charts

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hello all

i was just wondering if anyone knows of a link that shows when the water is going to be released from which dam and what time it will happen along with the flow.

thanks

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Lots of info. here. http://www.mvp-wc.usace.army.mil/ thats all i have. I dont know if they announce the times for discharge anywhere.

Dan

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I'll be fishing with former 4Season's Sports owner and guide Ralf Diercks tomorrow and I'll try to get the US Lock and Dam 3 phone no. for you. Contact is Dan Schmidt

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Here is the site for the hydrograph at redwing. It is not the discharge at the dam but the flow in the river. You can see the different gauge locations as well by moving upstream or downstream on the map.

Hydrograph CLICK HERE

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thanks guys

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