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water temps coming down???

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Anyone know what the water temps are in the area.

I haven't gotten up since july, but will be up saturday-monday.

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Bad Medicine was 70 degrees last weekend

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11th C.W. was between 69 and 71 last weekend. Has stayed steady for 3 weeks now. Should be start to drop after this week/weekend though.

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Thanks guys

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What are the current water temps? I'm heading up this weekend and will try to wet a line after pulling out dock, winterizing camper, etc.

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Solbes where do you fish/camp at are you on 11th

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We're on the north side of the east basin. Our property is part of the old Shorewood resort if you know where that is.

I usually stay on the east side, but venture over west sometimes. Wish the county hadn't spent up all of the culvert money, because I'd love to get a bigger boat someday mad.gif

Water temp was 58-60 last weekend. Dock is out and I'm a little depressed about that. Still some time to trailer the boat in and try for the big girls though.

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I'm headed up to pull the dock off the 11th this weekend. Has anyone checked the temp lately?

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Was up on George last weekend between 58-61

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