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OT water temps

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castagain

coming for vacation next week, can't wait to hang up the tools and hit the road. Wondering what water temps are on OT?

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castagain

Well,if anyone gets out on the water, and you can determine the water temp and feel like sharing your findings, much appreciated...otherwise I guess I will find out in a few days

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Tadpoletodd

Ya, I'm surprised nobody has responded. I was on Big Cormorant a couple days ago and found it to be about 70 deg just about everywhere on the lake. Not identical lakes but both fairly deep. I would expect OT is 68-70 deg right now. But just a guess. How'd I do guys? Close? Somebody help castaway out here. wink

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FM_Mike

Sunday, water temp was anywhere from 68.8 to 70.5.

This was on the western part of the lake. Water levels are low at the access and very shallow for about 150 yards out. Keep motor trimmed up and take it slow.

As far as the bite goes, it was spotty. I troll raps primarily and caught fish but had to work the mid lake flats and drops. Some nice fish one to almost 27 inches.

Their all still there as I am only catch & release.

Good luck.

Mike

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bucketmouth64

was on a medium sized lake fishing bass on Saturday and the water temp was 68, down from 73 a week ago.

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castagain

Thanks for the info everyone! I appreciate it a lot! I was thinking upper 60's, but just wanted confirmation.

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chochie

63 yesterday

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slammer

43 tonite

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