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MuskieFever

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MuskieFever

Lets hear em!

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dan z

Most lesuer county lakes are a touch above 77°

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bassfisher123

Ive seen 72-80

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MuskieFever

Tonight bald eagle was 78-83.

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mrklean

78 on tuesday

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MuskieFever

Bald was 77-81 tonight

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EBass

76-77 last Sunday west end Tonka.

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BartmanMN

Anyone been on tonka, what are the temps looking like now?

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fishnowworknever

Anyone been on tonka, what are the temps looking like now?

I'd like to know as well...Bartman are you chasing muskies out there or ...?

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BartmanMN

No muskies for me. I haven't been out on any local lakes since coming back from Vermilion, so I was just curious what the temps were like now.

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SurlyRobot

We were reading 72-75 surface temps yesterday in a nothern bay of Minnetonka.

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mrklean

What have you guys been seeing for water temps?

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fish_eat_sleep

80-82 degrees surface a few days ago before the cold front last weekend.. in the south metro. 75-77 tonight.

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mrklean

I found 75-77 today hopefully they keep dropping

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mrklean

67 last night water was glass great night to be on the water

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BezD40

66 to 67 today West Metro

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Gekhang

59 in the morning on sunday going up to 65 around 2pm

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EBass

Upper 60's on Maxwell Bay last Sunday.

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bassfisher123

low sixties to high fifties seems to about the regular temps will continue to drop

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Savage Brewer

Curious did anyone go out yesterday? Where is the water temps at now?

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mrklean

44-45 yesterday

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BoxMN

46 on WBL yesterday. One pike, one perch, and one lost sucker...

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OnAFly

44 up by C'ville area. Sunnies are in the winter locations off the weeds.

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tj417

43 on Upper Prior last Saturday morning.

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mrklean

37-38 today ice is almost here guys

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