Water temps and the walleye bite!

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2009/07/17 19:44:02 (permalink)

Water temps and the walleye bite!

Here's proof that we are really behind schedule with water temps.
 
2008...
 

 
And today....
 
 

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    RE: Water temps and the walleye bite! 2009/07/17 19:51:46 (permalink)
    interesting, thanx,
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    RE: Water temps and the walleye bite! 2009/07/17 20:30:51 (permalink)
    That would be why everyone is still filling coolers in close....Fine with me, less gas to get there.



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    RE: Water temps and the walleye bite! 2009/07/17 20:35:02 (permalink)
    Thanks mike , that perrty much says a lot if not explains it all. 

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    RE: Water temps and the walleye bite! 2009/07/17 21:25:39 (permalink)
    The mountains are actually warmer.

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    RE: Water temps and the walleye bite! 2009/07/17 21:40:52 (permalink)
    It just looks like the moutains are warmer. THe gray area is because of cloud cover which make the temps read lower.

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    RE: Water temps and the walleye bite! 2009/07/20 17:10:54 (permalink)
    I wonder if the eyes will come as far east as everyone hopes now that the lake temp is about the same between the Western Basin and the Eastern Basin. I don't see much temp difference to force them to move east.



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