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Old 07-16-2014, 10:04 PM
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Old 07-24-2014, 04:01 PM
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How's the water level at Shata now?
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Old 07-24-2014, 06:28 PM
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How's the water level at Shata now?
www.shastalake.com

Measured on: July 23, 2014
(This is not today's date.)

Shasta Lake water level (daily): 935.26 feet elevation
(Elevation above sea level - Full lake elevation and dam crest is 1067 feet)
daily - hourly

Distance from dam crest: 131.74 feet
(Drawdown, Feet down from the top - Please see webcams below)

24 hour change (elevation): down 0.65 feet
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Old 07-29-2014, 10:04 AM
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Knox & Brooks, thanks for all the Shasta Lake posts and especially the pics.
Renting a Queen I from Silverthorn next Sat for a week. Was concerned about the low lake level and the hazards from the water being that low. Friend just drove over the lake on way up to Oregon and said it it low but looks like plenty of water!
First time renting from Silverthorn, hope it goes well. They have assured me that getting my ski boat in will be fine.
Did either of you experience any trouble getting your boats in the water and did you find that you had to watch out for submerged trees, stumps, rocks, etc..?
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Old 07-29-2014, 10:25 AM
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No problem launching from Shasta Marina although had to drive about 2 miles down a windy dirt road cut into the hillside to get to the launch site. I called ahead to make sure I knew where to launch.

No trees, but rocks and ridges. Most are marked. Stay in the main channels. There is still plenty of lake to boat in. We stayed in the O'Brien area the whole time.

With the lower water level, it appeared to be less busy than usual. Most houseboats never left the marina. We got off season rates due to the lack of customers.

You'll have a great time.
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Old 07-29-2014, 10:42 AM
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Yeah, big lake. I can remember being there once in '77 as a kid and it was real low but still lots and lots of water. I think it is at 35% or so so.
Rented from Holiday Harbor 2 years ago. Was a pretty shallow boat ramp and not much room to get in. I'm sure it will be fine. Silverthorn had to move to the main channel a few weeks back.
Thanks for the advice. I don't get too close to shoreline there unless we are beaching the houseboat. Some of the points on those coves come out pretty far and are shallow!
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