Everyone is cautioned to use care when launching watercraft and boating at Lake Nasworthy. Low water levels are exposing rocks, logs & other debris, thus increasing risks to boats and boaters.
Due to the drought, the Lake is at 69% of capacity. Boaters risk damage to watercraft when launching them at ramps that are barely covered with water at Spring Creek, Middle Concho, South Concho & Knickerbocker parks. Boaters also risk serious injury if they strike normally submerged rocks or logs while on the lake.
City of San Angelo crews have finished adding rocks to the end of ramps at Spring Creek, Knickerbocker, & South Concho Parks, and will be finished with Middle Concho Park in the next 2 days.
No boat ramps at Twin Buttes are in the water. The reservoir is at 5% capacity, and the city will be pumping all the South pool water to the North pool to supplement the city's water supply. This should
reduce the pumping efforts at Lake Nasworthy for the time being.