We have had hurricane like rain in the panhandle for the last four days. The river I live on has risen six feet. Its over my dock and still rising. More to come tonight. We sure need it though.
I hope your happy.lol I heard the Grand River is up 9 feet and suppost to rise some moreI sure hope we can get some good rains this spring. Great lakes are down 1.5 feet from last year and 4 feet from the average. Getting hard to get the boat out any of the launches.
This rain is crazy. The shop I work at is on an island right now. I'll have to take some pictures when I go back after lunch.I hope your happy.lol I heard the Grand River is up 9 feet and suppost to rise some moreNuffDaddy said:I sure hope we can get some good rains this spring. Great lakes are down 1.5 feet from last year and 4 feet from the average. Getting hard to get the boat out any of the launches.
I ended up having to go on a run and couldn't get any pictures. The boss was having a pump set up over the weekend because the water was coming in the shop. Probably won't be much to see next week when I go back. My back yard shows the flooding pretty good. I'll take some pictures out there when I go outside.
That's what I was thinking. If shiawassee is still flooded the farm fields around there will be packed with them once the water gets closer to 60*Oh yeah, thats quite abit of H20. With all this flooding Im thinking about flood planes for big spawing carp. Just have to wait till it warms up and then go try to find them