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Well lady's and gentlemen the lake is all the way down and all the fish left in the channel are all the way dead. Gonna be a few years to recover from this. The smell today was some kinda fine!!
 

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Bet that’s nasty.
 

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Most of the dead ones still in the water were dumping into Point A. That way everybody gets some dead fish.
 

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Yellowcat. Curious- did you see dead fish or just smell them. I have family with a place up there and they said all the fish had moved to the main channel and the smell was the mud and muscles.
 

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Just left the dam talking to the power south guys. They let a shit ton of live fish in to Point A. Everything left in Gantt is a wrap. Most of the dead fish also went into Point A and have either went through the next dam or have sunk.
 

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Man you could pick through them and post one helluva fishing report.
Be careful mashing on those bellies though.
 

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When they drained point A they dumped all the fish into Escambia River (Conecuh River). The reason why Escambia has been so populated with fish this year. It's easy to fill a big cooler up with channel cats, bass or bluegills.
 

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When they drained point A they dumped all the fish into Escambia River (Conecuh River). The reason why Escambia has been so populated with fish this year. It's easy to fill a big cooler up with channel cats, bass or bluegills.
They never take Point A down that low. They always leave a deep channel. Point A fishing was fine soon after it was refilled.
 
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