I feel ya, it's like they haven't ran it in a month or so. The brown trout fishing completely sucks there on jerkbaits if the water isn't pumping into the lake. Also it's all frozen. I'm hoping before the tournament it starts running again.
Reply by: ParkerDude Posted: 12/19/2020 8:16:34 AM Points: 1287
It's very accurate, I've been watching it for years. If a storm comes through you have to mentally factor that into the numbers some, so it can look like they are not pumping a few times a year when they actually are. Enjoy. At the end of the their year just change the year and the next year will show up. You can go back in history and see what happened many years ago doing that too. In spring runoff you can't really tell if they are pumping but it is interesting to watch the lake come up. You might like this link on snowpack too. I watch them both.
And then there is this: Mike Evans cameras looking out over Granby, you'll be able to see when the snow machines are hitting the lake, or how many are fishing between Deer Island and ABAY on it. He also has current weather and lake levels, you can see when they are pumping on that too. Thanks Mike!!!