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Red Wing Area Water Temp

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Anyone have a rough estimate of what the waters temp is running near Red Wing?

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in the mornings last weekend it was 37-38 and later on 39-40

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yesterday was 38 - 40 depending on location

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And the best part is the flows are up to 14,000 cfs. That will get the fish moving up river more than anything.

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Where did you get the flow reports? I heard the creeks have white caps with all the water coming out. But the fishing was still slow. This was a report I heard yesterday.

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the water temp is between 37-39 deg.depends where you are. good luck.

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    • Sherman
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