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Guess what, the wind is blowing....


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Looks like wind and rain until Friday before it swings around to the south. A week of diminishing winds and then a direction change on Saturday morning to the south should get things cooking. Then mix in three sprinkles of sunshine let bake without stirring for one morning PRESTO the deep(er) bite is ready to serve. Get the Shadlings and Wally Divers out for the search and 1oz sinkers for fast/deep spinners to clean up the stragglers.

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Planning on coming up wednesday for the day is the wind suppose to be blowing to hard to get on the lake.

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After another lovely weekend at the cabin watching the waves turn the water to a nice chocolaty brown color i'm seriously considering taking up wind surfing. Or kite fishing.

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The forecast is so touch and go right now.

Earlier this spring every time we were told we'd get wet weather it broke apart just before crossing our area, and we went 2-3 weeks without hardly a drop of rain.

Friday night the "valley" weather folks said all the predicted rain would miss our area (TRF) and go north of us. Saturday morning we must have received near a half inch of rain.

Last night all the rough weather appeared to be well south of Fargo, with nothing predicted for our area, yet during the night, two small distinct blobs of heavy weather rolled right over us, one after the other, dumping significant rain yet again. I think that's the third "waker upper" we've had in the last two weeks. Noisy!

Supposed to get really windy around here again today (15-30 mph), which seems to be a pretty consistent pattern, as Jonny mentioned above, over the last few weeks.

I'm no meteorologist, but I think I should have been. Like I've been saying for years, it's the only job I know of where you can be wrong most of the time, and still get a paycheck just like clock work! wink

What's the weather going to do this week? We're in northern Minnesota. If you don't like the weather now, wait an hour.... laugh

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I use accu weather and thay have been horrible this year with there predictions. They must of got a new weather man and he is always wrong

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I was all loaded and ready yesterday to hit Red and pick some eyes out of the soup. Last minute the wind came up and I threw the walleye rods out of the boat, tossed in the slop rods then spent the day tossing Booyah Pad crashers for some awesome bass action south of Blackduck. On the way home I canceled my weather app on my phone as it is always wrong.

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Ha ha ha!!! Ya, the wind she is a howlin' over here right now.

I often look at Intellicast weather on-line, but almost strictly for the live radar loops, and barometric pressure readings.

I'm not really blaming the weather folks for their mistakes. Just like being the President of the "Good Ole" USA, it's gotta be a mighty tough job. Gotta have a pretty thick skin for all the negative carp people throw at you.

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