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luckycrank

TETONKA WATER QAULITY ?

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SOMEONES HAD TO HAVE BEEN FISHIN! WHAT IS THE WATER LIKE IS GREEN YET? HOW IS FISHIN? NOT LOOKING FOR SPECIFICS. JUST LOOKING FOR OPINIONS, THINKING OF GIVING THE EYES A TRY THIS WEEKEND PROVIDED MOTHER NATURE ALLOWS FOR IT...

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from earlier posts it looks like the water is very clear. some said you could see down 11-12ft. must not be too green yet.

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Just got back from there and the water itself is clear, good visibility, with alot of green chunks floating around whatever that is. There was a boat at the access that was going out to spray for weeds as far as I could tell.

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Which landing did you see the sprayer boat at?

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The one on the way back to Best Point.

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they are spraying for curly pond weeds

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The water clarity changed from 10 - 12' to 2 - 4' this past Saturday and Sunday, respectively.

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thanks for your input, I have decided to go elsewhere I'll maybe give it a try sunday or monday

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