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Bobby Bass

Water is starting to cool down In the last 3 days I have found the temps to be 74-75 on three local lakes here in Duluth how are we doing in your neck of the woods?

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solbes

Yup, let's get this going. They should start to drop in the next week or two. We're on one of the crow wing's near Walker. Surface temps in the morning last weekend were 68 and afternoon temps of 71.

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SpecialK

Byllesby on Sun was 78ish

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mnteacher

The Chain in the Alexandria Area was 74/75 today. Will change with the cooler weather and rain expected this weekend.

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Maximum12

Small lake in the north metro was still at 79 Sunday.

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oakpark tim

any Idea about water temps in bwca. going up sept 16th, have they turned by this time usually?

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Bobby Bass

Small lake north of Two Harbors last night temp was 69 has dropped 8 degrees in the last 10 days.

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LoonASea

Island Lake just north of Duluth 69 yesterday

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SpecialK

72 on Tetonka today during the rain.

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Bobby Bass

Near Cotton MN 71 on Saturday night.

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Northlander

Upper St. Louis River still 70-71 degrees. frown.gif

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Slyster

WBL, Friday Sept 1, 75 all over.

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Jim Almquist

Winnie was about 68 everywhere I went out on thge main lake.

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montanagriz

71.5 on Medicine today, those heavy rains helped I'm sure.

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fivebucks

Island Lake by Northome was 63 over the weekend.

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lakertaker

Kabetogama / Namakan were 68 over the weekend and cooling.

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Jim43

Sleepy Eye Lake, Brown county 9/5/06 water temps at 73

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Rost

71 on madison

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Bubbadust

69 degrees over Labor Day weekend on Villard and Leven (by Alex).

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Dan Thiem

Same here! Last night at 7:30, the water temp was 69 degrees in the Zumbro River near Hammond.

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Wayne Ek

70 on the Alex chain of lakes today.

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Flaco651

74 degrees MN river in Jordan (thursday sept 7th)

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Bobby Bass

Sunday Sept. 10th Cotton Mn 65 getting a little cool putting the boat on the trailer in sandals..

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smilee_54

70 above lock and dam 3

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zepman

69 today on some lakes near Mankato

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