I just talked to a wildlife biologist with the San Carlos Game and Fish. She said there was a major die off but not a complete kill. They expect the fishery to come back on its own but they do have contingency plans to restock bass and catfish (but not crappie) if needed. She said one of the main reasons the lake was closed, was because so many people were getting stuck in the mud. They have been monitoring the water quality and although improved with the new inflows, it is still pretty poor. She does not know how long it will be closed. They are arranging for a survey to be done where they will be netting fish to get an idea of how many and what species survived. She said they did release some water for a while after the lake came up some, but said that was to flush out some of the bad water as opposed to downstream irrigation demands. She said no water is being released as of now.