does anyone know if San Carlos is going to come back to life?
Good point Joey, I see what your asking from a business stand point. I'm looking at it as a fisherman, not as a business which it really is. At 4 percent capacity which it is now, this fishery is getting in danger of a fish kill. If the lake were to go dry tomorrow, the lake wouldn't be worth fishing for say 5 years, even if it filled up the next month and they re-stocked on a regular basis. So they would be out say 25 mil in revenue, equal to a few months revenue from the casino. There's a lot of members that enjoy the lake so that's got to be worth something in the way of recreation value one would hope. The members need to start making a stink and do something as the tribe could care less what non-members think.Why would they care if they had a higher min pool? Not trying to be a dick but please explain to me what they get if they keep the water higher. Doesnt make sense to me, unless they are making large sums of money from the lake?