Lake temperatures are in the lower 80s. The lake is down almost 17«- feet low at 1053.6 and is dropping over an inch a day. Lake Lanier is mostly clear but it will get stained during times of heavy traffic. The Chattahoochee River is clear.
Lake temperatures are in the mid 80s. The lake is down 16 feet at 1054.7, and we need some rain!
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Black Bears have certainly been in the news again lately.
Lake Temperatures are in the mid 80s and the lake level is around 1056.5 or down 15.5 feet. The lake is slightly stained during the week to very stained on the weekends from all of the boat traffic. The Chattahoochee River is clear.
Lake Lanier temperatures are in the lower to mid 80s. The lake is continuing to hover around the 1055.8-foot mark and the recent rains only held the level steady for a week. We are still down 15 feet and we really need consistent rains to keep from hitting a record low this winter.
Lake temperatures are in the lower 80s. The lake level is 1,055.81 feet. The recent rains have done very little to help. We are still down over 15 feet. The water is clear during the week and stained from the boat traffic on weekends. The surface temperature are in the low to mid 80's, and the Chattahoochee River is clear.
Lake Temperatures are in the lower 80s. The lake is down around 15 feet and it's dropping about an inch a day.
Lake Temperatures are in the mid 80's. The lake is dropping about an inch a day and we are down 14.5 feet at 1056.5. If we don't get significant rain we will probably hit a new record low lake level this year.
Bears are in the news again, mostly in Cobb County this year, but whether you know it or not, Hall County has had its share.
Lake temperatures have fallen slightly into the lower 80s due to the milder weather.
Lake Temperatures are in the mid- to upper-80s. The lake is down around 13.6 feet at 1057.4 feet.
Lake temperatures are around 80 degrees. The lake is down around 13.4 feet at 1057.6 feet. Lake Lanier is clear on the main lake and stained in the creeks. The lake will get stained during the weekends from all of the boat traffic. The Chattahoochee River is clear. The bass fishing remains good. The topwater action is still ...
Beginning right about now and throughout the month of June and into July is the time of year when the forests and fields of Hall County and Northeast Georgia are full of cute, spotted, newborn deer fawns bedded down in a ball waiting for mama to return.
The lake temperatures are in the mid 70s.
Lake Lanier has been above full pool for a while now and is looking very healthy. Lake Lanier is 2 1/2 feet above a full pool at 1,072.5. The water is clear to stained on the main lake and clear to stained in the creeks and rivers. The Chattahoochee River below Buford Dam is clear. The Corp is pulling a lot of water. Check generation schedules before heading out to the river at 770-945-1466.
Like the weather, water temperatures this past week been unseasonably cool and are hovering in the low to mid 60s. Lake Lanier is 2.57 feet above a full pool of 1,071 feet. The water is clear to stained on main lake and stained to very stained in the creeks and rivers.
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