11-16-2016 Please take a few moments to check the condition of your boat lines (ropes). Lines should be changed regularly as weather and UV radiation causes them to deteriorate. As we head into the stormy, windy seasons, you should insure that your boat will not "get away" from your dock. Each boat owner is responsible for securing the watercraft, and is liable for any damage caused by a drifting boat. Also, if your pontoon ends up on the dam, the concrete chunks and re-bar there can do damage to those pontoons which can be expensive to repair. Remember that the Lake Ranger is not responsible for retrieving wayward boats. So...easiest thing to do...be sure you have new, sturdy ropes and your boat is tied securely. And check your boat often in the off-season to be sure it is secure.
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LAKE RULES... Have you read them? You must be familiar with and abide by the Rules or you could be banned from the lake. The Official Rules are on this website on the page Rules of the Lake.
LAKE STAGE Ncvember 15, 2016 -6.0"
FYI...at its peak on March 10, 2016 the lake was +21.0".
The lake stage is based on the overflow at the weir on the west end of the dam. Zero is the level at which water will begin to flow over the lip of the weir. -6.0 means the lake must rise 6 inches to reach the lip of the weir. +6.0 would mean the water will continue to flow into the weir until the lake level drops 6 inches. (This information will be updated from time to time, but not necessarily daily or weekly.)
* Note: Weather information below is current. It is updated every three seconds. The weather station is located in Lakeland Estates. This information will NOT display properly on iPhones/iPads since the app requires Flash and Apple does not support Flash.
iPhone & iPad users can download a free app from the App Store called Thermo-Hygrometer which uses the current information from this site.