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VMS    0
VMS

Anyone out there have a general idea?

Still in low 60s or are they in the 50s?

Turnover has to be somewhat close due to the air temps I would think...

Steve

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Knut    0
Knut

Leech was still in the 60's last weekend.

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big troller1    0
big troller1

Last Saturday Woman was about 65 to 67.

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9joey1    0
9joey1

VMS, Are you heading up this weekend? Joe

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fishdoctor    0
fishdoctor

For what it is worth last Saturday temp on Cass lake was 65

as the week progressed they dropped and were at 59 in the morning warming back up to 61 if the sun comes out.

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VMS    0
VMS

Hi Joe (and others)

I was up last weekend...temps in the high 50's. My lake the temp was 57.5 or so, and with warmer temps, should be about the same next weekend. Gotta give the muskies one more try before I hang it up for the year...

No fish last weekend, but managed to at least see 3 in the 8 hours on the water..

Steve

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upnorthmn    0
upnorthmn

FYI...Little Boy was between 60 and 60.5 degrees all last weekend.

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9joey1    0
9joey1

Steve, Email me if you still have my address from last year. Joe

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chris63

Hello all,We fished leech this past weekend,did well on perch and crappies,northerns........no walleyes though.....water temp 55.6 on big lake 57.5 in shingobee bay........waiting for ice now.later.c63

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