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Postby duckhunter256 » Fri Dec 09, 2011 9:47 pm

anyone know the current water level at mud creek in jackson county
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Re: jackson county al water levels

Postby LouisianaFowler » Sat Dec 10, 2011 10:30 am

too high!!!! its screwing up the hunting. If you have an I Phone, TVA has an App for their res. I think Droid does too. But if you dont, you can go to the TVA site and look at the water levels. They are shown in feet above sea level. Its currently @ 593.94+-, and thats going to flood surrounding low areas. So what you need to do is create a log and document these levels and create a green zone that repersents a good water level. Since 593 is pretty high, it would be in the red+ and when the water is too low, it would be in the red- . IMO there is no too low where I hunt.

Mud creek is on the Guntersville Reservior, im sure you knew this but just to make sure. If you know someone with farm land close to the river, hunt it.
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Re: jackson county al water levels

Postby duckhunter256 » Sat Dec 10, 2011 5:45 pm

thank you usually hunt the river itself dont know anyone out that way thanks for the info on how to find water levels also
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