Obviously not that it matters right now… but I’ve always thought it would be nice if on the bottom with the weather there was the brandy run USGS cfs gauge
I placed the data below our Webcam, take a look and let us know what you think.
Thank you very much for providing the Webcam. It is very helpful to us steelhead fishermen and enjoyable to look at during these cold winter days! I see you have added the Brady Run Water Level Data. Can you tell me to optimum level for steelhead fishing?
I would say that is a matter of opinion but I personally like the level at 1.5 to 2.0. We welcome any feedback from other anglers of what their ideal water height is.
1.5 is too low to my liking. Best is 1.8 – 1.9
Agreed 1.5 is pushing the low limit. Thanks for the input.
Like what you have done. Is there a way to enlarge the webcam photo on a ipad or phone?
Rotate your phone to horizontal and the cams will go fullscreen. I can look at some other ways to allow you to zoom in and out on the image.
I appreciate the constant upkeep on the webcam. I live in lake city now but the webcam gives you a pretty good idea about conditions and addind brandy gauge is the best way to know so they go hand in hand. Best days for me have usually been between 1.65 and 1.8.
you can now use pinch to zoom, 2 fingers on the screen and spread them apart to enlarge the image.
Thank you. The pinch works great !
thanks for the web cams and water flow data, really apppreciate it
Thank you, We’re glad you like it. If there is any other info or links we could provide let us know.
Thanks Jon. It was your idea. We appreciate your suggestion
Very nice idea and the enlarged pictures of the creek are much better. Wish the creek was fishable now
Thanks. We’re getting below zero temps right now. I’m wishing it was time for fishing too.
Erie has two season, July 11 and winter.
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