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Water Temp

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What is the water temp getting down to in Pelican, Star, other area lakes?

At what temp do the eyes start becoming active again?

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67 degrees on Lizzie Sunday. Nothing on crawlers, leeches, o small suckers. Caught four nice walleyes, a bunch of northerns and one largemouth bass on crankbaits.

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One week ago on Wednesday I had 69 on Pelican.

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Still 67 on Lizzie yesterday. Uncle from the cities came up and we got 5 walleyes, 10-12 northerns, a bluegill, a largemouth. and a couple of perch. I hoped for better but he was happy.

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66 degrees on White Earth yesterday.

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We've got to be in the low 60s by now. Any updates on water temperature?

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Big C was 65-69 on Sunday

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Big C was upper 60's Monday.

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58 degrees today on white Earth

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