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Water Temp!?!?

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Was just wondering if anyone that is out fishing could report the local water temp. I go to SJU and want to get out after class. The information is much apreciated!! grin.gif

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I was just up in st. cloud this past weekend...I don't know the actual temps, but the ponds and smaller lakes had ice, and the air temps were in the teens at night...I would imagine the water temps are floating around 35 to 38 degrees.

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Yep, most ponds around here are freezing at night and opening up during the day. I haven't been by any of the lakes but would guess with these nighttime temps they aren't much above mid 30's.

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