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I'm getting very anxious to head north to the great St.Lawerance. I can't seam to find any up to date water level info so I figured I would ask the guys that know best.

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Its high and climbing fast daily!

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The wind has turned around to the northeast and that dropped the water level by about 4 inches from yesterday. I think any decent western blow will put it close to 2017.

There's an official water level gauge at A Bay. Here's a pic at my dock 5 minutes ago. About 10 inches to go.

Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G930A using Lake Ontario United mobile app

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On 5/8/2019 at 11:47 AM, carpcatcher said:

Do you know if there is a online gauge that can be found?

Are you on facebook? If you are follow Chaumont Hardware, Greg does a lot of updates. 

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Here you can choose from gauges all over the country. If you scroll down you can choose from 4 gauges on Lake Ontario.

 

https://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/stations.html?type=Water+Levels

 

You can choose a maximum of a 31 day interval.

 

Here is the last month for the Rochester Gauge.

 

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Same period of time for 2018

 

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Same period of time for 2017

 

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Edited by reeleyz

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my opinion only, but I would wait till some of this water goes down before heading up.... im not even sure if you will be able to get a boat in if the ramps are flooded.... I will probably be bashed for this one.....lol I am leaving my boat in the barn till the water at least crests.... I would think it will be a mine field out there....  there will be a lot of damage to docks , boat houses etc..... and all of it will be in the water.....

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no worries, go fish.  Plenty of ramps open and fishing is outstanding.

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On ‎5‎/‎17‎/‎2019 at 2:59 PM, whaler1 said:

no worries, go fish.  Plenty of ramps open and fishing is outstanding.

regardless of the water level we will be up, ng is not a problem. I was just wondering if there was a site that I could keep an eye on it. In '17 we had one of the best years ever and I can't imagine that this year will be any different.

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