Receding Water at Falcon Dam Affecting Zapata Economy
ZAPATA – The shores of the Falcon Dam in Zapata are quickly receding and it’s affecting the local economy.
Local officials say the water is receding by half a foot a day.
Zapata proudly boasts its reputation for bass and other fishing.
One fisherman says they can’t even use the boat ramps anymore.
KRGV’s Christian Von Preysing made a visit to Zapata to see how this is affecting the local residents and businesses.
Watch the video above for the full story.
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