Elwood Res. in Gosper Co. Nebraska has suffered from low water levels in recent years. At full pool there is 1200 surface acres of water. Now in 2008 the water level is at 12% holding capacity. Elwood Res. was built in the early 1970's for the use of irrigation. This lake was stocked with fish and really took off as a fisherman's paradise. Many species of fish including catfish(channels and flatheads), wipers, white bass, walleye, musky, crappie, carp and a few other. The Central Public Power District is responible for introducing water into this lake every year. They are saying do to water shortage this lake may dry up. Talk is they are making this an "all you can catch" lake. Good possibilty of a major fish kill this summer if actions aren't taking now. There is other lakes that are suffering from water shortages from the same source. Hopefully mother nature will be good to us and supply the water we need to keep our lakes at substainable levels. Quite a shame to see this happen. I have posted some pictures of the lake taken last year to show the severity of the shortage of water.