Lake Seminole

FLORIDA - GEORGIA


Lake Level
76.70 FEET
9/19/2019
Full Pool: 77.5
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Water Resources Outlook (September 2019)

NWS

Date: 9/19/2019

Water Resources Outlook (September

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Ski & Snowboard forecast near Lake Seminole, FL

The Weather Channel

Date: 9/11/2019 1:10:00 PM

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New Guinea Flatworms found in Pinellas County could pose risk to animals, humans

WFLA

Date: 9/5/2019 5:21:00 PM

Dr. Michael Rumore from the Lake Seminole Animal Hospital has heard of three cases in recent weeks. “The worm itself is not a problem. It’s what the worm contains which is another parasite called the

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Chalk Talk: Latimer on Elaztech and Ned-Rigging

BassFan

Date: 8/23/2019 5:09:00 PM

Check back each Friday for a new tip.) FLW Tour pro Brian Latimer always seems to have a smile on his face, especially since winning at Lake Seminole earlier this year, but he admits that in much of

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Water Resources Outlook (August 2019)

NWS

Date: 8/23/2019

Water Resources Outlook (August

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• River: Chattahoochee River
• Length: 376 Miles
• Surface Area: 37,500 Acres
• Volume: 367,320 Acre Feet
• Drainage Area: 17,150 Square Miles
• Average Depth: 10 Feet
• Length: 35 Miles
Lake Seminole is a reservoir located in the southwest corner of Georgia along its border with Florida. The Chattahoochee and Flint rivers join in the lake, before flowing from the Jim Woodruff Lock and Dam, which impounds the lake, as the Apalachicola River. Alligators, snakes and various waterfowl are present in Lake Seminole.

The Federal Government has been improving navigation along the Apalachicola River since the early 1800's. Between 1828 and 1831, the Corps of Engineers removed obstructions from the river to provide for shallow draft vessel traffic. In 1874, the project was modified to provide for improvement of the Apalachicola River to secure a channel 6 feet deep at low water and 100 feet wide throughout its length. Passage of the 1945 River and Harbors Act authorized a 9 by 100 foot channel to be constructed on the Apalachicola River, the Chattahoochee River segment to Columbus, Georgia and the Flint River segment to Bainbridge, Georgia.

In 1953, a resolution was adopted by the House Committee on Public Works for the development of the ACF River Basin. The Walter F. George,George W. Andrews and Woodruff Lock and Dam - Lake Seminole projects were authorized for navigation, power generation and stream flow regulation. Recreational facilities at the lakes were authorized by the Flood Control Act of 1944. The lakes have been operational since 1963.

Jim Woodruff Dam was the initial project of the authorized plan for improvement of the Apalachicola, Chattahoochee, and Flint Rivers in Florida, Georgia and Alabama.

The Jim Woodruff Dam is located on the Apalachicola River about 1000 feet below the confluence of the Chattahoochee and Flint Rivers which unite to form the Apalachicola River, and is at the Georgia - Florida State line. It is approximately 3200 feet up stream from the U.S. Highway 90 Bridge over the Apalachicola River and is visible from the bridge. The dam is accessible by road and is located approximately 1 mile northwest of Chattahoochee, Florida.
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