David Manning, right, and Sheldon Eagleking prepare to go out on Nacimiento Lake on Tuesday. Because of its immense watershed and location, the reservoir has seen the largest gains of any of the major lakes in the county. The last reading was at 35 percent of capacity as of Thursday.
David Manning, right, and Sheldon Eagleking prepare to go out on Nacimiento Lake on Tuesday. Because of its immense watershed and location, the reservoir has seen the largest gains of any of the major lakes in the county. The last reading was at 35 percent of capacity as of Thursday. David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com
David Manning, right, and Sheldon Eagleking prepare to go out on Nacimiento Lake on Tuesday. Because of its immense watershed and location, the reservoir has seen the largest gains of any of the major lakes in the county. The last reading was at 35 percent of capacity as of Thursday. David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com

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