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river levels from 10/1 through 10/31/07

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10/1 at noon/675.76... in stillwater

10/7 at noon/676.58

10/13 at noon/677.65

10/20 at noon/677.98

10/27 at noon/680.34

10/31 at 5PM/678.36

for the month of oct. the crest( highest level )was 680.72 at 1PM on the 25th.

i'd say by monday the levels will be where we low water lovers want it... barring thunderstorms mad.gifwink.giflatest water temp was 45* F

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Big Fish! Thanks for the update. It will be nice to see things get back to normal.

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I was fishing the Croix late Sept. and begining of Oct.

Boy! What a change! Went from 3 feet below concrete at ramp up to 2-3 feet up on concrete from one weekend to the next!

This thread shows I was not crazy!

At the same time, I tried to launch at Mille Lacs and could not at two public access's because of low water issues!

Strange!

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confused.gifYOU WENT TO A LAKE!!?? confused.giffrown.gifpoor lil river sittin' there all alone. uggh. tongue.gif

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