Here's my buddy Mudcat, standing in front of the range shack.
That shoot is obviously cancelled, so I talked to our club marshal about our home range. He's concerned that the muddy road going into our home range might be impassable and that perhaps we should let the ground dry for a while before we try to get in there. That's prudent.
Both Louisiana and East Texas has taken abig hit this weekend. We'll spend the weekend trying to dry out and get ready to hit it hard on Monday.
The big laugh this morning was that the LDWF has warned people that flooding is imminent in the Saline/Larto lake complex.
“All property owners in flood-prone areas are encouraged to make preparations for this flooding immediately. Water levels are expected to rise quickly over the next several days,” an LDWF news release said.
The water level is rising and is projected to reach a level of 50.0 feet Mean Sea Level next Friday, March 18.No doubt the water will continue to rise in Saline/Larto for the next several days. All that water coming out of the creeks, streams, ad bayous has to go somewhere. Just because the rain has quit doesn't mean that the flooding is over.