Boaters need to use caution when navigating the upper end of Bull Shoals Lake. Massive amounts of debris have been traveling past the dock over the past few days. With the steady release of water from Table Rock (15,000 cubic feet per second) we are continuing to go up at a rate of about 6″ per day. Every inch we go up brings another log or stick off the bank. The Army Corps has predicted a total increase of another 5 feet for Bull Shoals by June 16th. Crest is set at 679.00 as of today. Flooding on the White River in Arkansas is preventing the Corps from releasing any water from Bull Shoals or Norfork Lake at this time. I will keep you posted on lake conditions later this week.
Written by Scott on June 2nd, 2015