Danatrich

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Date registered: December 20, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Lake Conroe Reaches Full Pool Level — May 13, 2014
  2. Important Message for Registered Boaters from Texas Parks and Wildlife Department — May 23, 2013
  3. Clearing Stumps From Lake Conroe — February 1, 2012
  4. Using the Lake Envronment to Improve Boat Launching Service — September 12, 2011
  5. Some Marinas and Boat Launch Facilites Getting Ready for Lower Lake Levels on Lake Conroe — July 21, 2011

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May 13 2014

Lake Conroe Reaches Full Pool Level

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The day has finally arrived. Our surface elevation has reached 201. Last day the lake was at this level was April 27, 2010.

May 23 2013

Important Message for Registered Boaters from Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

Important Message for Registered Boaters Texas Parks and Wildlife Department sent this bulletin at 05/22/2013 04:27 PM CDT Having trouble viewing this email? View it as a Web page. This is an important message for registered Texas boat owners Dear Boat Owner, Right now, our lakes and rivers are under attack by Zebra Mussels. In …

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Feb 01 2012

Clearing Stumps From Lake Conroe

At the end of last year (12/13/11), local Fishing Organizations, The Lake Conroe Association, San Jacinto River Authority, Texas Parks and Wildlife, US Forestry Service, E-Z Boat Storage and the Palms Marina began working together in an effort to eliminate stump hazards located in the main parts of the lake (not creeks, tributaries, or dry …

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Sep 12 2011

Using the Lake Envronment to Improve Boat Launching Service

E-Z Boat Storage has taken advantage of the temporary low lake level to deepen its North Ramp by extending it another 4 feet into the lake. Although the channel to the lake has too many high spots for much continued use beyond today’s level (5.5 ft low), the ramp will provide an extremely protected and …

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Jul 21 2011

Some Marinas and Boat Launch Facilites Getting Ready for Lower Lake Levels on Lake Conroe

You’ve seen the barges and draglines shuttling dirt from place to place for weeks now. Homeowners along the shoreline are taking advantage of the decreasing lake levels to deepen their channels to the lake. For many, the dredging is the only option to use their boats at all. Others have removed their boats from the …

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Apr 18 2011

Showing respect as boating season arrives

Posted: Sunday, April 17, 2011 10:49 pm The water is getting warmer and the fish are spawning. The weather is great. Our lakes and rivers are starting to get crowded again. The only downside is that the water levels are down and it may be a little tricky to maneuver to your favorite fishin’ hole. …

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Feb 10 2011

If the Wind Is Blowing – Don’t Forget To Fish The Windward Bank

CRAPPIE FISHING TIPS: Got a chance to hit the water a couple of weeks ago. I love fishing in December when there are not as many people on the water, and I am not sweating myself to death trying to catch a few Crappie. It was a Saturday with temps in the 70′s, and a …

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Aug 22 2010

Grass Carp (White Amur)

Finding the most effective ballance between having enough grass carp in the Lake and not reducing the vegitation down to nothing is a real challenge for all of those wanting to find that perfect balance. The current situation is that we have to many large grass carp in the Lake for a proper balance of …

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Jul 30 2010

Palms Marina on Lake Conroe to Host AquaPalooza

Officials expect at least 1,000 people on hundreds of boats to float into The Palms Marina on Lake Conroe Saturday for AquaPalooza, a live music concert and party. AquaPalooza is a free boat-in live music event that will be held at the Palms Marina located at 11880 Anchorage Marina Rd off FM 830 on Saturday, …

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Jan 08 2010

Cold Weather and Your Boat

The extreme cold weather we are experiencing at this time can cause a lot of damage to your engine in your boat if it is not protected from the cold. Some residents use engine heaters, others drain the water from the engine and some just store the boat in a warm garage. Whatever is your …

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