Sunday Oct 12 2008 comments Saturday at Folsom Lake By: Don Chaddock/The Telegraph -A +A Gusty winds caused plenty of waves on Folsom Lake on Saturday, Oct. 11. A dead fish is indicative of the low water levels at Folsom Lake. Parts of Folsom Lake that are usually underwater now comprise the beach. Old tree stumps, usually submerged at the bottom of Folsom Lake, are now part of the beach. Mark Robinson, of Sacramento, gets ready to hit the waves at Folsom Lake on Saturday. He is part of a group of windsurfing and para-sailing enthuiasts who meet at the lake a few times each year in the fall and spring. They erected this flag along the beach. David Sayles, at left, hit the waves and the wind at Folsom Lake on Saturday. Sayles is part of the "Folsom Crew," a group of windsurfing and para-sailing enthusiasts who meet at the lake once or twice each year during periods of high wind. Mark Robinson, of Sacramento, took advantage of the high winds at Folsom Lake on Saturday. He's part of the "Folsom Crew," a group of windsurfers and para-sailors from the region who converge on Folsom Lake a few times each year during periods of high winds.