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Water levels continue to recede as expected.  We’ll have plenty of sandbars out for this Sep 15-16 weekend and with clear skies, highs in the mid 80s, and favorable winds, conditions will be about as good as they get.  Now that we’re past Labor Day expect…
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What was forecast to be a small amount of rain has, once again, turned ugly. Over the past two days most of Wisconsin has been hit with multiple rounds of high rainfall storms. Current river projections look bad. Really bad. Our stretch of river is…
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This one is gonna get us. Last night, central Wisconsin just got a repeat of last weeks flood producing storms with areas receiving up to 11″ of rain. This was the exact same storm setup that knocked out the Middletone/Cross Plains/Mazomanie area except…
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Here's what the flooding looks like from space

Still waiting for water to drain off of the roads but in the meantime, these satellite photos of the river are from 11am yesterday. Black Earth Creek has overtaken the floodplain and is flowing into the Wisconsin River over the course of 3 miles. While…
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First off- the Wisconsin River is 100% unaffected by the flooding nearby. Well, 85% unaffected would be more accurate. The majority of the rainfall was in the Rock and Sugar River watersheds. Only a relatively minor tributary of the Wisconsin (Black Earth…
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No word on how long it’ll take to fix the approach but for the foreseeable future, plan to get to Spring Green via Hwy 12/60 through Sauk City or Hwy 151/23 through Dodgeville. Hwy 14 is out.
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Last night brought record breaking rains to the area between Spring Green and Madison – up to 13″ in a matter of hours. One of the tributaries of the Wisconsin, Black Earth Creek, peaked at it’s highest level in recorded history. Actually, that’s an…
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Our ridiculous string of perfect conditions continues this weekend.  While we’re bookended by some unstable weather on either side, Friday through Sunday look amazing.  Highs in the mid 80s with light winds mostly at your back plus perfect water…
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Once again, conditions this weekend are phenomenal.  Clear skies with highs in the mid 80s and nights in the low 60s.  Water levels are at seasonal lows which means tons of sandbars.  Even the winds should be light and favorable out of the north/east.…
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With one mediocre exception, this weekend is looking pretty great.  Highs in the low 90s with 50% cloud cover so plenty warm enough to swim but not so much sun you feel like you’re gonna melt (but still bring sunscreen).  There’s next to no chance of…
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