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BEFORE YOU LAUNCH YOUR WATERCRAFT, TAKE ACTION TO PREVENT INVASIVE SPECIES FROM HITCHING A RIDE

Warmer weather means that watercraft will soon be launched back into Texas' rivers and reservoirs. Some invasive species can live for quite a while, even on stored watercraft. February 27 - March 3 is National Invasive Species Awareness Week. Here’s what you need to know before you go.

BEFORE YOU LAUNCH YOUR WATERCRAFT, TAKE ACTION TO PREVENT INVASIVE SPECIES FROM HITCHING A RIDE

WEATHER ALERT RADIOS CAN SAVE LIVES

Everyone is affected by the weather, but getting a warning at the right time – even in the middle of the night – can be the difference in avoiding disaster or being overwhelmed by it.

WEATHER ALERT RADIOS CAN SAVE LIVES

GOING WITH THE FLOW

If you are scheduling a river fishing trip or an enjoyable float down the Brazos, reservoir releases can have an impact your plans.

GOING WITH THE FLOW

BRAZOS RIVER ROUNDUP

There is plenty to do in the Brazos River basin throughout the month of February. This month you could learn to fish, watch snake wranglers in action, and take Fido for an afternoon of fun in the park. Here’s a roundup of events in February throughout the basin.

BRAZOS RIVER ROUNDUP
Current Reservoir Capacity
Current Reservoir Levels
ReservoirElevation+/- ftDate/TimeRelease
Possum Kingdom*998.96-0.0403/01/17 12:30 PM 100 cfs
Granbury*692.710.0103/01/17 12:30 PM 440 cfs
Proctor1162.030.0303/01/17 12:30 PM
Whitney531.65-1.3503/01/17 01:15 PM
Aquilla537.900.4403/01/17 12:30 PM
Limestone*363.250.2503/01/17 12:45 PM 6 cfs
Belton594.820.8303/01/17 01:00 PM
Stillhouse622.960.9603/01/17 01:00 PM
Granger504.680.8403/01/17 01:00 PM
Georgetown792.221.2503/01/17 01:00 PM
Somerville239.581.5903/01/17 01:00 PM
*Brazos River Authority reservoir. DROUGHT CONDITIONS BOAT RAMP AVAILABILITY CURRENT TEXAS OUTDOOR BURN BANS