Showing respect as boating season arrives

Posted: Sunday, April 17, 2011 10:49 pm

The water is getting warmer and the fish are spawning. The weather is great. Our lakes and rivers are starting to get crowded again. The only downside is that the water levels are down and it may be a little tricky to maneuver to your favorite fishin’ hole.

I grew up around one of the largest lakes in Texas and it was common for me be out on the lake at least two or three days a week. Having grown older, wiser, and somewhat cynical, now the only thing I see is the line of impatient boaters waiting to launch their boats at the ramp.

One of my pet peeves is the 250 horsepower ski boat that buzzes me like a mosquito while I am trying to catch the big one at my favorite fishing hole. I am surprised that we don’t have more incidents of “boat rage.”

To help make your boating trip a little safer and more enjoyable for the other person, follow these safety tips:

Wear your life jacket. They are the boating equivalent of the seat belt for cars. Also called personal flotation devices, life jackets are required for all persons in a motor powered boat, and in some cases in sailboats, canoes, and kayaks.

I can remember when the only life jackets made were the bulky orange vests. While they are not a very good fashion statement, they can save your life. Personal flotation devices have come a long way. Don’t let fashion or comfort scare you away from wearing a life jacket.

Be aware of and respect other boaters. Remember that other boats may be smaller than yours and may not be able to handle the wake of speeding boats. Be aware of “no wake” zones and posted speed limits around marinas and boat ramps.

Alcohol and boating do not mix. The laws regarding alcohol consumption and operating a boat while intoxicated are very similar to those regarding alcohol consumption and operating a vehicle. You can be arrested for boating while intoxicated and can have your driver’s license suspended the same as if you were driving a car.

If you are operating a boat while intoxicated, cause a boating accident, or cause injuries or death, you can be prosecuted and sentenced to prison. Montgomery Count law enforcement agencies are increasing their boating inspections and patrols on Lake Conroe.

Whether you use your boat for recreation, business, or just serious fishing, remember that the only good boating trip is the one you come back from. To learn more about enjoying safe boating, visit the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s website at www.tpwd.state.tx.us or the United States Coast Guard website at www.uscgboating.org

Now that the prime fishing, skiing, and swimming season is upon us and the summer vacations are approaching, remember to be safe when you are on the water. I remember a bumper sticker that read, “Don’t be a pain in the boat!.”

For more information on this or any other crime prevention topic, contact the Conroe Police Department Crime Prevention Unit at 522-3327 or 3226. If you have a neighborhood problem or drug activity in your area, contact the Conroe Police Department Narcotics Unit at 522-3303. For questions or comments about this column, you can contact me at bberry@cityofconroe.org.

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The fishing on Lake Conroe is fair to good. The water temperature in the mornings has been 74 degrees at the dam according to the San Jacinto River Authority in the more shallow areas as the sun rises it warms up the shallow water. The level of the lake is 200.62 feet above sea level, pool is 201 feet.

Black bass fishing is fair to good. Guide Carl Bostic had a corporate party out recently with 12 boats and two men to a boat and each boat caught fish but only seven had keepers. Carolina rigged soft plastics in Watermelon colors and crankbaits are working well. Bostic said he has caught some recently in 10 feet or less water on road beds and around boat docks.

Catfish are good. Channel cats and smaller blues, 1 ½ to 3 pounds, can be caught on baited holes on humps and ledges from 18 to 25 feet deep. Liver or shrimp dipped in punch baits are working well. Drifting for blue cats across flats is good on cut bait with average catches around 6 pounds with the occasional 12 to 20 pound blue.

Hybrid stripers are spotty again. Bostic said he came on a large school of them recently and could not get any to bite. Every once in a while they will come through where people are catfishing and bite on chicken liver on baited holes.

Bream are good around any structure like docks, rocks, riprap, brush, and bridge pylons from 5 to 20 feet deep. Bostic said the big bream are plentiful and large hand size bream have been caught on meal worms or night crawlers.

Crappie fishing is fair over brush in water around 15 feet deep. Minnows are working well but jigs are fair. Bostic said fish a brush pile and catch three or four and then when the bite slows move on to another brush pile and continue that process until you have your limit or get tired trying.

The information for this fishing report has been made available by fishing guide Carl Bostic, working out of Seven Coves. For information about his services go to his website at www.wethook.com or call 936-718-7983.

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The fishing on Lake Conroe is fair to good. The water temperature in the mornings has been 74 degrees at the dam according to the San Jacinto River Authority in the more shallow areas as the sun rises it warms up the shallow water. The level of the lake is 200.62 feet above sea level, pool is 201 feet.

Black bass fishing is fair to good. Guide Carl Bostic had a corporate party out recently with 12 boats and two men to a boat and each boat caught fish but only seven had keepers. Carolina rigged soft plastics in Watermelon colors and crankbaits are working well. Bostic said he has caught some recently in 10 feet or less water on road beds and around boat docks.

Catfish are good. Channel cats and smaller blues, 1 ½ to 3 pounds, can be caught on baited holes on humps and ledges from 18 to 25 feet deep. Liver or shrimp dipped in punch baits are working well. Drifting for blue cats across flats is good on cut bait with average catches around 6 pounds with the occasional 12 to 20 pound blue.

Hybrid stripers are spotty again. Bostic said he came on a large school of them recently and could not get any to bite. Every once in a while they will come through where people are catfishing and bite on chicken liver on baited holes.

Bream are good around any structure like docks, rocks, riprap, brush, and bridge pylons from 5 to 20 feet deep. Bostic said the big bream are plentiful and large hand size bream have been caught on meal worms or night crawlers.

Crappie fishing is fair over brush in water around 15 feet deep. Minnows are working well but jigs are fair. Bostic said fish a brush pile and catch three or four and then when the bite slows move on to another brush pile and continue that process until you have your limit or get tired trying.

The information for this fishing report has been made available by fishing guide Carl Bostic, working out of Seven Coves. For information about his services go to his website at www.wethook.com or call 936-718-7983.

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The fishing on Lake Conroe is fair to good. The water temperature in the mornings has been 74 degrees at the dam according to the San Jacinto River Authority in the more shallow areas as the sun rises it warms up the shallow water. The level of the lake is 200.62 feet above sea level, pool is 201 feet.

Black bass fishing is fair to good. Guide Carl Bostic had a corporate party out recently with 12 boats and two men to a boat and each boat caught fish but only seven had keepers. Carolina rigged soft plastics in Watermelon colors and crankbaits are working well. Bostic said he has caught some recently in 10 feet or less water on road beds and around boat docks.

Catfish are good. Channel cats and smaller blues, 1 ½ to 3 pounds, can be caught on baited holes on humps and ledges from 18 to 25 feet deep. Liver or shrimp dipped in punch baits are working well. Drifting for blue cats across flats is good on cut bait with average catches around 6 pounds with the occasional 12 to 20 pound blue.

Hybrid stripers are spotty again. Bostic said he came on a large school of them recently and could not get any to bite. Every once in a while they will come through where people are catfishing and bite on chicken liver on baited holes.

Bream are good around any structure like docks, rocks, riprap, brush, and bridge pylons from 5 to 20 feet deep. Bostic said the big bream are plentiful and large hand size bream have been caught on meal worms or night crawlers.

Crappie fishing is fair over brush in water around 15 feet deep. Minnows are working well but jigs are fair. Bostic said fish a brush pile and catch three or four and then when the bite slows move on to another brush pile and continue that process until you have your limit or get tired trying.

The information for this fishing report has been made available by fishing guide Carl Bostic, working out of Seven Coves. For information about his services go to his website at www.wethook.com or call 936-718-7983.

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The fishing on Lake Conroe is fair to good. The water temperature in the mornings has been 74 degrees at the dam according to the San Jacinto River Authority in the more shallow areas as the sun rises it warms up the shallow water. The level of the lake is 200.62 feet above sea level, pool is 201 feet.

Black bass fishing is fair to good. Guide Carl Bostic had a corporate party out recently with 12 boats and two men to a boat and each boat caught fish but only seven had keepers. Carolina rigged soft plastics in Watermelon colors and crankbaits are working well. Bostic said he has caught some recently in 10 feet or less water on road beds and around boat docks.

Catfish are good. Channel cats and smaller blues, 1 ½ to 3 pounds, can be caught on baited holes on humps and ledges from 18 to 25 feet deep. Liver or shrimp dipped in punch baits are working well. Drifting for blue cats across flats is good on cut bait with average catches around 6 pounds with the occasional 12 to 20 pound blue.

Hybrid stripers are spotty again. Bostic said he came on a large school of them recently and could not get any to bite. Every once in a while they will come through where people are catfishing and bite on chicken liver on baited holes.

Bream are good around any structure like docks, rocks, riprap, brush, and bridge pylons from 5 to 20 feet deep. Bostic said the big bream are plentiful and large hand size bream have been caught on meal worms or night crawlers.

Crappie fishing is fair over brush in water around 15 feet deep. Minnows are working well but jigs are fair. Bostic said fish a brush pile and catch three or four and then when the bite slows move on to another brush pile and continue that process until you have your limit or get tired trying.

The information for this fishing report has been made available by fishing guide Carl Bostic, working out of Seven Coves. For information about his services go to his website at www.wethook.com or call 936-718-7983.

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The fishing on Lake Conroe has been good for the past week. The water is clear in the main lake and the water temperature is 82 degree first thing in the morning. The SJRA puts the level of the lake this morning at 200.79 feet, pool is 201 feet.

Black bass are fair. Guide Phillip James said he had some good luck around brush and structure. He said he has also found some ditches alongside of boat houses that are 15 feet deep that have produced bass. James said he uses Carolina rigged, 10 inch long Watermelon worms with good results.

Crappie bite is fair. James said the party's he has had out have caught 15 keepers over brush from 15 to 20 feet deep. He has found them over any brush or on the FM 1097 Bridge pylons. Minnows are the best bait but jigs will work for experienced anglers at this time.

Bream and goggle eye are on the brush with the crappie, down with the catfish, and along the rocks at the dam, and riprap. Some large hand size fish may be caught on jigs and minnows. If you are targeting bream use night crawlers or mealworms.

Catfish are good. James said he has caught catfish off baited points in water 25 to 30 feet deep. The numbers are up and on his last trip he had a mom and dad and two boys around 5 and 8 years old and the older boy caught a 40 pound blue cat that was almost as big as he was. The average size has been from 1 to 5 pounds. James said he has been using chicken liver or Stick-It prepared bait.

Hybrids are being caught with the catfish on chicken liver.  Some have been caught trolling deep running crankbaits on humps and points.

The information for this fishing report has been made available by fishing guide Phillip James, working out of Seven Coves Marina. Phillip has been a freshwater fishing guide for over 30 years. For information about his services go to www.phillipsguideservice.com or call 903-724-8291.

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The fishing on Lake Conroe has been good for the past week. The water is clear in the main lake and the water temperature is 82 degree first thing in the morning. The SJRA puts the level of the lake this morning at 200.79 feet, pool is 201 feet.

Black bass are fair. Guide Phillip James said he had some good luck around brush and structure. He said he has also found some ditches alongside of boat houses that are 15 feet deep that have produced bass. James said he uses Carolina rigged, 10 inch long Watermelon worms with good results.

Crappie bite is fair. James said the party's he has had out have caught 15 keepers over brush from 15 to 20 feet deep. He has found them over any brush or on the FM 1097 Bridge pylons. Minnows are the best bait but jigs will work for experienced anglers at this time.

Bream and goggle eye are on the brush with the crappie, down with the catfish, and along the rocks at the dam, and riprap. Some large hand size fish may be caught on jigs and minnows. If you are targeting bream use night crawlers or mealworms.

Catfish are good. James said he has caught catfish off baited points in water 25 to 30 feet deep. The numbers are up and on his last trip he had a mom and dad and two boys around 5 and 8 years old and the older boy caught a 40 pound blue cat that was almost as big as he was. The average size has been from 1 to 5 pounds. James said he has been using chicken liver or Stick-It prepared bait.

Hybrids are being caught with the catfish on chicken liver.  Some have been caught trolling deep running crankbaits on humps and points.

The information for this fishing report has been made available by fishing guide Phillip James, working out of Seven Coves Marina. Phillip has been a freshwater fishing guide for over 30 years. For information about his services go to www.phillipsguideservice.com or call 903-724-8291.

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The fishing on Lake Conroe has been good for the past week. The water is clear in the main lake and the water temperature is 82 degree first thing in the morning. The SJRA puts the level of the lake this morning at 200.79 feet, pool is 201 feet.

Black bass are fair. Guide Phillip James said he had some good luck around brush and structure. He said he has also found some ditches alongside of boat houses that are 15 feet deep that have produced bass. James said he uses Carolina rigged, 10 inch long Watermelon worms with good results.

Crappie bite is fair. James said the party's he has had out have caught 15 keepers over brush from 15 to 20 feet deep. He has found them over any brush or on the FM 1097 Bridge pylons. Minnows are the best bait but jigs will work for experienced anglers at this time.

Bream and goggle eye are on the brush with the crappie, down with the catfish, and along the rocks at the dam, and riprap. Some large hand size fish may be caught on jigs and minnows. If you are targeting bream use night crawlers or mealworms.

Catfish are good. James said he has caught catfish off baited points in water 25 to 30 feet deep. The numbers are up and on his last trip he had a mom and dad and two boys around 5 and 8 years old and the older boy caught a 40 pound blue cat that was almost as big as he was. The average size has been from 1 to 5 pounds. James said he has been using chicken liver or Stick-It prepared bait.

Hybrids are being caught with the catfish on chicken liver.  Some have been caught trolling deep running crankbaits on humps and points.

The information for this fishing report has been made available by fishing guide Phillip James, working out of Seven Coves Marina. Phillip has been a freshwater fishing guide for over 30 years. For information about his services go to www.phillipsguideservice.com or call 903-724-8291.

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The fishing on Lake Conroe has been good for the past week. The water is clear in the main lake and the water temperature is 82 degree first thing in the morning. The SJRA puts the level of the lake this morning at 200.79 feet, pool is 201 feet.

Black bass are fair. Guide Phillip James said he had some good luck around brush and structure. He said he has also found some ditches alongside of boat houses that are 15 feet deep that have produced bass. James said he uses Carolina rigged, 10 inch long Watermelon worms with good results.

Crappie bite is fair. James said the party's he has had out have caught 15 keepers over brush from 15 to 20 feet deep. He has found them over any brush or on the FM 1097 Bridge pylons. Minnows are the best bait but jigs will work for experienced anglers at this time.

Bream and goggle eye are on the brush with the crappie, down with the catfish, and along the rocks at the dam, and riprap. Some large hand size fish may be caught on jigs and minnows. If you are targeting bream use night crawlers or mealworms.

Catfish are good. James said he has caught catfish off baited points in water 25 to 30 feet deep. The numbers are up and on his last trip he had a mom and dad and two boys around 5 and 8 years old and the older boy caught a 40 pound blue cat that was almost as big as he was. The average size has been from 1 to 5 pounds. James said he has been using chicken liver or Stick-It prepared bait.

Hybrids are being caught with the catfish on chicken liver.  Some have been caught trolling deep running crankbaits on humps and points.

The information for this fishing report has been made available by fishing guide Phillip James, working out of Seven Coves Marina. Phillip has been a freshwater fishing guide for over 30 years. For information about his services go to www.phillipsguideservice.com or call 903-724-8291.

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Tropical Storm Harvey dumped so much water into Lake Conroe over the weekend that the lake water rose so high so quickly, flooding homes in communities along the waterfront, according to residents.

While no injuries or deaths were reported, officials are recommending voluntary evacuations and urging precaution in some areas. Lake Conroe's watershed took on 18-20 inches in some areas, resulting in lake levels rising to over 206 feet above mean sea level, far surpassing the norm of 201 feet.

In addition to the Lake Conroe-area flooding, Precinct 1 Constable Philip Cash reported at least two water rescues in the Woodforest subdivision along Fish Creek Thoroughfare, and he remains concerned people are staying too late to get out. Some homes in Woodforest, north of FM 1488, have flooded.

"If you flooded before, there is a good chance you are going to flood again (especially in low lying areas), he said.

"If they had small floods before, they are going to have big floods this time," he added. "The water is still coming in."

Cash knocked door to door in Seven Coves and other lake subdivisions Monday morning with the fire department and volunteers recommending residents get out of their house due to the flood risk. He urged people not to drive on the roads unless necessary.

"There is some water coming up in Seven Coves and some of the areas around there," said Cash, who reported no mandatory evacuations. "We've had a lot of water and it is still coming down. We had flooding in areas that probably have never flooded before."

Walden on Lake Conroe

Roughly 4-5 feet of water flooded 50 of 5,000 homes in Walden on the Lake, according to the Executive Administrative Assistant to the General Manager of Walden, LuAnn Lamar. Walden Fire Department confirmed no injuries or deaths. Walden Community Church is available as a shelter.

"The majority of flooding is strictly due to the rise of the lake," Lamar said.

Areas near Tween Drive on the East part of the subdivision saw about 2 feet of water, which increased in depth on the southeast side of the peninsula where townhomes are located. The Yacht Club had some water on the first floor.

While it was not deep as of 3 p.m. Monday, Lamar described water "lapping against the windows" and said the completely flooded pool area looked like a lake. A few feet of water was reported in the pool grill restaurant, docks were submerged and boats were floating in people's yards.

"Even despite the turmoil the property owners are dealing with, I know everyone is like-minded and praying for everybody south of the dam." she said.

Diamondhead On Lake Conroe  

President of the Homeowners Association for Diamondhead On Lake Conroe Becky Radcliffe reported less than a dozen of about 109 homes flooded on the north and south side of the subdivisions. The community has at least two streets with water. She noted lake levels also caused the flooding and the water is slowly starting to go down since the release.

One resident, MISD Benefits and Leave Specialist Teresa Tipton, has lived on Lake Conroe for 16 years, the last 13 years in Diamondhead.  

"We have never seen anything like this," she said. "Our marina and pool are gone...looks like the ocean."

Lake Conroe and North Montgomery County

Cash reported piers under water and several loose boats. Some of the boats have washed into people's homes and docks, who he said have tied some of them off.

"We will start collecting as soon as the storm is through," Cash said. "Right now the dam is open. We worried about boats going in the gate. We are monitoring every one we can. Seen several in last two days. We are responding to emergency calls on the lake only right now."

The Constable's Office suffered flood damage to the marina. The dock, Cash said, is completely submerged, the 1,000-gallon fuel tank is flipped over and the water is up to the storage building. The water in the office.

Precinct 1 Commissioner Mike Meador reported at least 15 road closures and some trees blown down by Tropical Storm Harvey winds in North Montgomery County. But he noted a little improvement

"We're not getting the rain that we've been getting," said Meador, who was watching lake side evacuations including Shadow Bay that affect roads in the subdivisions. "It's our normal high-water places; other than that, we seem to be OK."

Panorama Village, Montgomery and Willis police officials had no other major issues such as flooded homes or evacuation to report as of 3 p.m. However, Panorama Village police said one woman was rescued from her car after she drove into high water on Indian Wells. The woman is OK and all roads are now open.

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Tropical Storm Harvey dumped so much water into Lake Conroe over the weekend that the lake water rose so high so quickly, flooding homes in communities along the waterfront, according to residents.

While no injuries or deaths were reported, officials are recommending voluntary evacuations and urging precaution in some areas. Lake Conroe's watershed took on 18-20 inches in some areas, resulting in lake levels rising to over 206 feet above mean sea level, far surpassing the norm of 201 feet.

In addition to the Lake Conroe-area flooding, Precinct 1 Constable Philip Cash reported at least two water rescues in the Woodforest subdivision along Fish Creek Thoroughfare, and he remains concerned people are staying too late to get out. Some homes in Woodforest, north of FM 1488, have flooded.

"If you flooded before, there is a good chance you are going to flood again (especially in low lying areas), he said.

"If they had small floods before, they are going to have big floods this time," he added. "The water is still coming in."

Cash knocked door to door in Seven Coves and other lake subdivisions Monday morning with the fire department and volunteers recommending residents get out of their house due to the flood risk. He urged people not to drive on the roads unless necessary.

"There is some water coming up in Seven Coves and some of the areas around there," said Cash, who reported no mandatory evacuations. "We've had a lot of water and it is still coming down. We had flooding in areas that probably have never flooded before."

Walden on Lake Conroe

Roughly 4-5 feet of water flooded 50 of 5,000 homes in Walden on the Lake, according to the Executive Administrative Assistant to the General Manager of Walden, LuAnn Lamar. Walden Fire Department confirmed no injuries or deaths. Walden Community Church is available as a shelter.

"The majority of flooding is strictly due to the rise of the lake," Lamar said.

Areas near Tween Drive on the East part of the subdivision saw about 2 feet of water, which increased in depth on the southeast side of the peninsula where townhomes are located. The Yacht Club had some water on the first floor.

While it was not deep as of 3 p.m. Monday, Lamar described water "lapping against the windows" and said the completely flooded pool area looked like a lake. A few feet of water was reported in the pool grill restaurant, docks were submerged and boats were floating in people's yards.

"Even despite the turmoil the property owners are dealing with, I know everyone is like-minded and praying for everybody south of the dam." she said.

Diamondhead On Lake Conroe  

President of the Homeowners Association for Diamondhead On Lake Conroe Becky Radcliffe reported less than a dozen of about 109 homes flooded on the north and south side of the subdivisions. The community has at least two streets with water. She noted lake levels also caused the flooding and the water is slowly starting to go down since the release.

One resident, MISD Benefits and Leave Specialist Teresa Tipton, has lived on Lake Conroe for 16 years, the last 13 years in Diamondhead.  

"We have never seen anything like this," she said. "Our marina and pool are gone...looks like the ocean."

Lake Conroe and North Montgomery County

Cash reported piers under water and several loose boats. Some of the boats have washed into people's homes and docks, who he said have tied some of them off.

"We will start collecting as soon as the storm is through," Cash said. "Right now the dam is open. We worried about boats going in the gate. We are monitoring every one we can. Seen several in last two days. We are responding to emergency calls on the lake only right now."

The Constable's Office suffered flood damage to the marina. The dock, Cash said, is completely submerged, the 1,000-gallon fuel tank is flipped over and the water is up to the storage building. The water in the office.

Precinct 1 Commissioner Mike Meador reported at least 15 road closures and some trees blown down by Tropical Storm Harvey winds in North Montgomery County. But he noted a little improvement

"We're not getting the rain that we've been getting," said Meador, who was watching lake side evacuations including Shadow Bay that affect roads in the subdivisions. "It's our normal high-water places; other than that, we seem to be OK."

Panorama Village, Montgomery and Willis police officials had no other major issues such as flooded homes or evacuation to report as of 3 p.m. However, Panorama Village police said one woman was rescued from her car after she drove into high water on Indian Wells. The woman is OK and all roads are now open.

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Tropical Storm Harvey dumped so much water into Lake Conroe over the weekend that the lake water rose so high so quickly, flooding homes in communities along the waterfront, according to residents.

While no injuries or deaths were reported, officials are recommending voluntary evacuations and urging precaution in some areas. Lake Conroe's watershed took on 18-20 inches in some areas, resulting in lake levels rising to over 206 feet above mean sea level, far surpassing the norm of 201 feet.

In addition to the Lake Conroe-area flooding, Precinct 1 Constable Philip Cash reported at least two water rescues in the Woodforest subdivision along Fish Creek Thoroughfare, and he remains concerned people are staying too late to get out. Some homes in Woodforest, north of FM 1488, have flooded.

"If you flooded before, there is a good chance you are going to flood again (especially in low lying areas), he said.

"If they had small floods before, they are going to have big floods this time," he added. "The water is still coming in."

Cash knocked door to door in Seven Coves and other lake subdivisions Monday morning with the fire department and volunteers recommending residents get out of their house due to the flood risk. He urged people not to drive on the roads unless necessary.

"There is some water coming up in Seven Coves and some of the areas around there," said Cash, who reported no mandatory evacuations. "We've had a lot of water and it is still coming down. We had flooding in areas that probably have never flooded before."

Walden on Lake Conroe

Roughly 4-5 feet of water flooded 50 of 5,000 homes in Walden on the Lake, according to the Executive Administrative Assistant to the General Manager of Walden, LuAnn Lamar. Walden Fire Department confirmed no injuries or deaths. Walden Community Church is available as a shelter.

"The majority of flooding is strictly due to the rise of the lake," Lamar said.

Areas near Tween Drive on the East part of the subdivision saw about 2 feet of water, which increased in depth on the southeast side of the peninsula where townhomes are located. The Yacht Club had some water on the first floor.

While it was not deep as of 3 p.m. Monday, Lamar described water "lapping against the windows" and said the completely flooded pool area looked like a lake. A few feet of water was reported in the pool grill restaurant, docks were submerged and boats were floating in people's yards.

"Even despite the turmoil the property owners are dealing with, I know everyone is like-minded and praying for everybody south of the dam." she said.

Diamondhead On Lake Conroe  

President of the Homeowners Association for Diamondhead On Lake Conroe Becky Radcliffe reported less than a dozen of about 109 homes flooded on the north and south side of the subdivisions. The community has at least two streets with water. She noted lake levels also caused the flooding and the water is slowly starting to go down since the release.

One resident, MISD Benefits and Leave Specialist Teresa Tipton, has lived on Lake Conroe for 16 years, the last 13 years in Diamondhead.  

"We have never seen anything like this," she said. "Our marina and pool are gone...looks like the ocean."

Lake Conroe and North Montgomery County

Cash reported piers under water and several loose boats. Some of the boats have washed into people's homes and docks, who he said have tied some of them off.

"We will start collecting as soon as the storm is through," Cash said. "Right now the dam is open. We worried about boats going in the gate. We are monitoring every one we can. Seen several in last two days. We are responding to emergency calls on the lake only right now."

The Constable's Office suffered flood damage to the marina. The dock, Cash said, is completely submerged, the 1,000-gallon fuel tank is flipped over and the water is up to the storage building. The water in the office.

Precinct 1 Commissioner Mike Meador reported at least 15 road closures and some trees blown down by Tropical Storm Harvey winds in North Montgomery County. But he noted a little improvement

"We're not getting the rain that we've been getting," said Meador, who was watching lake side evacuations including Shadow Bay that affect roads in the subdivisions. "It's our normal high-water places; other than that, we seem to be OK."

Panorama Village, Montgomery and Willis police officials had no other major issues such as flooded homes or evacuation to report as of 3 p.m. However, Panorama Village police said one woman was rescued from her car after she drove into high water on Indian Wells. The woman is OK and all roads are now open.

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Tropical Storm Harvey dumped so much water into Lake Conroe over the weekend that the lake water rose so high so quickly, flooding homes in communities along the waterfront, according to residents.

While no injuries or deaths were reported, officials are recommending voluntary evacuations and urging precaution in some areas. Lake Conroe's watershed took on 18-20 inches in some areas, resulting in lake levels rising to over 206 feet above mean sea level, far surpassing the norm of 201 feet.

In addition to the Lake Conroe-area flooding, Precinct 1 Constable Philip Cash reported at least two water rescues in the Woodforest subdivision along Fish Creek Thoroughfare, and he remains concerned people are staying too late to get out. Some homes in Woodforest, north of FM 1488, have flooded.

"If you flooded before, there is a good chance you are going to flood again (especially in low lying areas), he said.

"If they had small floods before, they are going to have big floods this time," he added. "The water is still coming in."

Cash knocked door to door in Seven Coves and other lake subdivisions Monday morning with the fire department and volunteers recommending residents get out of their house due to the flood risk. He urged people not to drive on the roads unless necessary.

"There is some water coming up in Seven Coves and some of the areas around there," said Cash, who reported no mandatory evacuations. "We've had a lot of water and it is still coming down. We had flooding in areas that probably have never flooded before."

Walden on Lake Conroe

Roughly 4-5 feet of water flooded 50 of 5,000 homes in Walden on the Lake, according to the Executive Administrative Assistant to the General Manager of Walden, LuAnn Lamar. Walden Fire Department confirmed no injuries or deaths. Walden Community Church is available as a shelter.

"The majority of flooding is strictly due to the rise of the lake," Lamar said.

Areas near Tween Drive on the East part of the subdivision saw about 2 feet of water, which increased in depth on the southeast side of the peninsula where townhomes are located. The Yacht Club had some water on the first floor.

While it was not deep as of 3 p.m. Monday, Lamar described water "lapping against the windows" and said the completely flooded pool area looked like a lake. A few feet of water was reported in the pool grill restaurant, docks were submerged and boats were floating in people's yards.

"Even despite the turmoil the property owners are dealing with, I know everyone is like-minded and praying for everybody south of the dam." she said.

Diamondhead On Lake Conroe  

President of the Homeowners Association for Diamondhead On Lake Conroe Becky Radcliffe reported less than a dozen of about 109 homes flooded on the north and south side of the subdivisions. The community has at least two streets with water. She noted lake levels also caused the flooding and the water is slowly starting to go down since the release.

One resident, MISD Benefits and Leave Specialist Teresa Tipton, has lived on Lake Conroe for 16 years, the last 13 years in Diamondhead.  

"We have never seen anything like this," she said. "Our marina and pool are gone...looks like the ocean."

Lake Conroe and North Montgomery County

Cash reported piers under water and several loose boats. Some of the boats have washed into people's homes and docks, who he said have tied some of them off.

"We will start collecting as soon as the storm is through," Cash said. "Right now the dam is open. We worried about boats going in the gate. We are monitoring every one we can. Seen several in last two days. We are responding to emergency calls on the lake only right now."

The Constable's Office suffered flood damage to the marina. The dock, Cash said, is completely submerged, the 1,000-gallon fuel tank is flipped over and the water is up to the storage building. The water in the office.

Precinct 1 Commissioner Mike Meador reported at least 15 road closures and some trees blown down by Tropical Storm Harvey winds in North Montgomery County. But he noted a little improvement

"We're not getting the rain that we've been getting," said Meador, who was watching lake side evacuations including Shadow Bay that affect roads in the subdivisions. "It's our normal high-water places; other than that, we seem to be OK."

Panorama Village, Montgomery and Willis police officials had no other major issues such as flooded homes or evacuation to report as of 3 p.m. However, Panorama Village police said one woman was rescued from her car after she drove into high water on Indian Wells. The woman is OK and all roads are now open.

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