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Temperature in Green Lake hasnt changed 2 degrees in two weeks.

yesterday some reported water at 60 ,62,63 degrees/

The landings are pretty full with anticapation of family fun,tournament pre fish ,and some casual cruising.The cruisers really are not out so much as it is eiter windy,cold or both.

The first dealer to stock BASS BOATS is Little Crow Sports Center.A really nice Warrior Gold speckled boat made its appearence this weekend.Its ReallyNice.

Bass are now going to spawning beds and are reported to be scared easily and somewhat ignoring fishing[some told me that they just plain slowed down.

Walleye reports are now hush as with upcoming tourney next Saturday and Sunday tight lips are now the call.

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RAINED SEVERAL TIMES OVER NIGHT/TEMP NOW RISING

WALLEYE ARE BITING[EVEN OFF DOCK LAST NIGHT]

SMALLYS ARE ON BEDS

LITTLE CROW ANGLERS TOURNEY THIS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

LOTS OF PREFISHING FOR SILVERADO BASS

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The guys fishing the tourney may want to watch for a bug hatch. Sunday, I saw alot of mayflies , on top of the water. Monday, the caddis, were starting to hatch.

MMM smirk.gif did someone say "match the hatch".

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Rained real hard yesterday at 2;00p.m.

today chance of rain ,mid 70-s for air temperature

no leagues have fished that we know of so no easy to get reports[weigh ins you gotta love the sportsmens creel count]

Gonna fish today will post later.

hopefully we get enough rain next few hours to get inlet waters besides olde mill to flow for a few hours

with bug hatch it brings a lot of fish shallow in dark

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