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Water Temps

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does any one have any temps of the lakes?

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We were out on Green yesterday and if i remember right the Lowrance said 48???

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Andrew and Little Norway were around 55 eagle was about 48.

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any luck on green at all

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We're putting the docks in (Games) this weekend, so I hope it's not too cold grin.gif.

Heck, with the forecasted temps, I just might be out for a quick ski if the boat is ready shocked.gif.

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Wiggum put mine in to ,please.

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LOL, leave a case of beer next to it and we'll get it done grin.gif.

I'll probably be the weirdo waterskiing if you're out there blush.gif

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Ralph ,first year that I really dont see getting to the lake before July.

It really will be a short season.

I will be in Blue kayak by my swimming raft on 4th of July.Stop by and will get you a beer.

Planning on putting in water equipment first week in June.

If you like crappie and walleye fishing the first week in July is really good,and the neighbor says speed trolling slimys is super.

Have a great weekend.

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I'll probably be the weirdo waterskiing if you're out there
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The water was nice!!!

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