Boats sitting in dried up docks, water so low that people can barely fish... Sherman Reservoir is drying up quicker than ever.
"This is probably the worst I can remember. It's a drought, there's nothing more that we can do about it. The water is to be used for irrigation. It's unfortunate that we are in this drought period," said Bill Clark.
The lack of water to refill the reservoir not only affects people visiting Sherman, but the farmers as well.
"We haven't had rain here in so long, it isn't even funny. Crops are all burned up, and if you don't have irrigation, all the crops are shot," said Lowell Bray.
With the levels dropping 30-35 feet just this year, people look past the fact that there is hardly any water and get creative.
"You know, people come and complain to us all the time, you know, you guys need a beach," said Demi Dorsey. "Well now we got definitely a whole beach now. It's not really the most fun beach, you know there's still people that go swimming, and people that hike around the lake. You know even though the water is down, you can have as much fun."
Including treasure hunting along this brand new shoreline, a shoreline created by the now treasured corn crops across the lake.
"Without farming, life would be pretty tough. We just have to let them have the water, because they need," said Dallas Nesiba.
While we wait for rain, people are making the most of a rough situation.