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Releases from Jamestown and Pipestem reservoirs will remain at 1,200 cubic feet per second longer than expected due to continued high runoff into the reservoirs, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Friday.
The warm weekend weather sent both reservoirs near Jamestown on the rise.
While the change in lake level at Pipestem Dam was dramatic, it still is below anticipated changes, according to Bob Martin, dam manager for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
By Keith Norman, The Jamestown Sun
, April 30, 2013
The Omaha District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Bureau of Reclamation announced Tuesday that Jamestown Reservoir has reached its normal summer pool elevation of 1,431.3 feet. Pipestem Reservoir is 5 feet above the top of its conservation pool and is storing water to be released over June, July and August.
Officials made a small adjustment to the releases from Pipestem Dam Monday, according to Bob Martin, dam manager. The intent was to restrict the flow to 30 cubic feet per second from the previous 43 cfs.
In a state where the roster of managed lakes numbers in the hundreds and not thousands, you can understand the priority many anglers place on maintaining or improving their local fisheries.
While abundant or too much water has created new fishing waters in many parts of the state, this bounty does not exist everywhere. To account for that, the State Game and Fish Department has made it a priority over the years to create or maintain at least one fishing water within a short driving distance of just about every North Dakota community.
By Doug Leier, North Dakota Outdoors
, July 08, 2011
Lake home owners, anglers, bait dealers and more should be happy to know that two lakes in Douglas County have been taken off the infested waters list.
As of Monday, June 21, Lakes Jessie and Victoria were removed from the list of waters that are infested with zebra mussels, according to Nathan Olson, an invasive species specialist with the Department of Natural Resources.
By Celeste Beam, Forum Communications Co.
, June 25, 2010
Rob Kimm grew up spearing pike on lakes around Pelican Rapids in northwestern Minnesota, but these days, he’s not exactly flavor of the month among the darkhouse spearing crowd.
Kimm, a free-lance outdoors writer and admitted pike and muskie fishing fanatic from St. Paul, is among the anglers taking exception to a bill in the Minnesota Legislature that highlights the sometimes-differing philosophies between those who spear and those who prefer to catch their pike by hook-and-line.
By Brad Dokken, Forum Communications Co.
, March 30, 2010
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