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patrat78

Water Level

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Hey was wondering how the lake water level is doing there is a channel to obabakon lake that might be to shallow.

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As mentioned in the Canada forum, things are fairly "normal" now. In the past three weeks, it's really come up.

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thanks hemlock i will be more willing to trust my map since the levels should be about right. Only 5 days until i get too head up cant wait.

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PAtrat, Give us a report when you get back. We are heading up the 19th, first time so late in the summer and would love fish depth info and how the channel is into obobikan. Taking a crew for their first time and I kow they will love the variety up there. We are staying at Beuna Vista.

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Happ

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HAppnhook,sure will get back to you i hope i can get into obabakon the northerns go crazy back there sometimes and if your lucky a nice musky might grab your line to. We will be at Beuna Vista to so should be able to get some accurate info to ya.

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water levels were good and we got into obabakon fine the northerns were really biting but we had boat trouble and had to get back. Weather wasn't very good but we caught fish in about 8-12 feet depending on the time of day they seem to be deeper in miday then morning or night. hope u get better weather then we had but it was still a fun trip.

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