Spillway Road OPEN

April 30, 2016 - 11:30

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Clean Up Day

April 30, 2016


9:00 at the Warf by the Marina
Lunch at Noon - BR6 Slip 2&3
 
Boating Safety Training

May 14
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.


Lake Patrol Officer Mike Groeber will teach the class


Tucker Tower Nature Center
 
Great Video of Lake Murray Marina and Tucker Tower
Published on Mar 6, 2016

This video was shot on March 5th, 2016. All video was shot with a DJI Phantom 3 Advanced quadcopter. The song is "Ocean Drive" by Duke Dumont.

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CURRENT LAKE CONDITIONS
April 30


Water Level is 750.4'

Spillway is 750'

SPILLWAY ROAD OPEN

Lake Temperature 71F 


All Ramps Open

All Park Roads Now OPEN
Board Approves New By-Laws

Click HERE to Review New By-Laws

Click SUMMARY to Review a Summary of Changes

These will be discussed in full at the April Membership Meeting

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New Photos in the Gallery from
  • April Membership Meeting
  • June 13 Dock Crawl
  • K Dock Griller
  • Red Neck Yacht Club
  • Yacht Cup Golf Tournament
  • 2015 Poker Run

Click HERE to View
 
OHP Officer Mike Groeber demonstrates use of the new Side Scan Sonar to LYMC Board Members over the Memorial Day Weekend
OHP Officer Mike Groeber demonstrates use of the new Side Scan Sonar to LYMC Board Members over the Memorial Day Weekend.

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LMYC Procures Hummingbird 360 Side Scan Sonar for Oklahoma Highway Patrol to use for Search and Rescue at Lake Murray. 

Great news article on the Sonar on KTEN 5/27/15. 
Click HERE to view the video report.



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LMYC Members Repairing Buoy
LMYC Members Repairing Buoy
Did You Know?.......

March 24, 2016.  The tie-up buoys located in many coves on Lake Murray were donated to the State of Oklahoma by the Lake Murray Yacht Club.  Under agreement with the State, LMYC provides for maintenance and repair of the buoys.

The buoys are available to all boaters on a first come - first serve basis.  Anyone noting a problem with a buoy should notify the LMYC.

Many of the buoys originally placed on the lake have failed and a number of the existing buoys have fallen in to disrepair.

LMYC has developed a repair plan and has received permission from the State to begain maintenance of existing buoys as soon as water temperatures permit. 

A plan has been developed to deploy a number of new buoys (at locations where previously deployed buoys have failed) together with a program to maintain the buoys in good repair.

LMYC has met with State Park officials to review the plan and have received their general concurrence.  The plan has now been submitted to the State of Oklahoma for final approval.

We are hopeful that as many as 40 or more new buoys may be approved to be deployed on the lake this summer.

Support the buoy program, join the Lake Murray Yacht Club.
 
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