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Any one know the water temps aound St.Micheal, or Bufalo area lakes?

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Annandale area water temps were running 38.5 to 39 degrees last night when we checked. shocked.gif

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CindyP, welcome to FM. Which lakes did you check the water temp. on?

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Yes, welcom. This is a great site and you should be able to find just about anything you need to through one of the many forums.

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Pleasant near the public access, and Mink/Sommers (the dock is in there!)

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Docks in on Buffalo lake, Pulaski and deer. Time to go get them.

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Beebe lake dock is also in.

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I just got back from Lake Pulski, the water temp at 6:00 was 39 degree. I put my camera. down to 28 feet got 41 degrees.

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What did you see? What were all the boats doing out on Pulaski? Are people fishnig. I really want to get out tommorow.

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Buffalo Lake and Deer Lake surface water temp is 40-44 degrees. Didn't bring the camera w/ temp gauge with me yesterday, but will today.

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I was cruising on Clearwater today, breaking in a new motor. I was getting 42-43 at my transducer. I was in the deeper water, not the shallows, at the surface obviously.

Oh yeah, the docks are in on Clearwater.

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today on pelican we were reading 54 degrees on the depth finder

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Thanks alot! Can't wait to go wet a line soon!

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I had between 49 and 54 degrees last night, depending on where I was, shallow and protected, open and wind swept. We didn't get any crappies either....bass and slimmers.

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Buffalo is starting to mix water better, the crappies have moved out of the 33' hole up to 18-20 feet on breaks near deep water. They are schooled up, stacked, sluggish and tight lipped, I managed only one 7 incher. Surface temp is climbing a degree or better per day now, I had 45 today where it was 40 four days ago. At this rate, those 70 degree days this weekend should turn the heat up nicely, and hopefully turn on the feed.

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