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Message Subject: Midwest water temps.
T3clay
Posted 5/8/2018 6:18 AM (#905998)
Subject: Midwest water temps.





Posts: 718


We know everyone's going to paying close attention for to water temps. So let's condense the info here. If you get out in the water keep us updated on your area water temps.


Lake pepin/ Mississippi River is at 60 as of last night
Mark Hoerich
Posted 5/8/2018 6:40 AM (#905999 - in reply to #905998)
Subject: RE: Midwest water temps.





Posts: 596


Location: Already Gone
Country Club pond near me was approximately 58 last night.
And the Swans are in place.
MOJOcandy101
Posted 5/8/2018 7:26 AM (#906005 - in reply to #905998)
Subject: Re: Midwest water temps.





Posts: 676


Location: Alex or Alek?
Carlos/Le Homme Dieu chain in Alex was anywhere from 40-54 yesterday evening.
dbach17
Posted 5/8/2018 8:08 AM (#906008 - in reply to #905998)
Subject: RE: Midwest water temps.




Posts: 51


Location: Des Plaines, IL
Fox Chain in Illinois was between 62-64 on the northern lakes Sunday.

My friend briefly got a nice post spawn fish to eat by the boat but lost it shortly after.
zofkbj
Posted 5/8/2018 9:30 AM (#906013 - in reply to #905998)
Subject: Re: Midwest water temps.





Posts: 70


65 on Webster area lakes this past Sunday
ToddM
Posted 5/8/2018 10:07 AM (#906014 - in reply to #906013)
Subject: Re: Midwest water temps.





Posts: 15696


Location: oswego, il
I seen 66-70 in indiana saturday.
sworrall
Posted 5/8/2018 3:59 PM (#906024 - in reply to #905998)
Subject: Re: Midwest water temps.





Location: Rhinelander, Wisconsin
52 on Pelican in Oneida County today. Muskies are spawning.
Born
Posted 5/8/2018 8:04 PM (#906033 - in reply to #905998)
Subject: Re: Midwest water temps.




Posts: 124


Location: MN
58 on Forest Saturday, east central MN.
14ledo81
Posted 5/8/2018 8:08 PM (#906034 - in reply to #905998)
Subject: Re: Midwest water temps.





Posts: 2117


Location: Ashland WI
32 on chequamegon bay.
ffib
Posted 5/8/2018 9:20 PM (#906039 - in reply to #905998)
Subject: Re: Midwest water temps.




Posts: 76


Eau Claire County this past weekend I saw 63-70 for surface temps
Masqui-ninja
Posted 5/15/2018 5:54 PM (#906556 - in reply to #905998)
Subject: Re: Midwest water temps.





Posts: 719


Location: Walker, MN
Leech Lake is all in the 50's now, with some 60 degree water in the afternoon shallows.
14ledo81
Posted 5/15/2018 7:28 PM (#906564 - in reply to #905998)
Subject: Re: Midwest water temps.





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Location: Ashland WI
I had temps as warm as 53 (shallow sloughs) and as low as 39 (tip of long island) in chequamegon bay on saturday.
MOJOcandy101
Posted 5/16/2018 9:15 AM (#906583 - in reply to #905998)
Subject: Re: Midwest water temps.





Posts: 676


Location: Alex or Alek?
Had 68 ish last night in a really small/shallow bay last night. Ran out of crappie minnows after 2 hours
North of 8
Posted 5/16/2018 9:53 AM (#906586 - in reply to #906583)
Subject: Re: Midwest water temps.




Yesterday on a shallow, dark chain in Oneida County had temps from 64 to 67, should go up today.
RandalB
Posted 5/26/2018 9:56 PM (#907370 - in reply to #905998)
Subject: Re: Midwest water temps.




Posts: 470


72-76 depending on location on Webster, nothing really moving, only saw 2, bits small

HTH,
RandalB
WiscoMusky
Posted 5/26/2018 10:19 PM (#907371 - in reply to #905998)
Subject: Re: Midwest water temps.




Posts: 358


Location: Wisconsin
5/25, lake Butte Des Morts central Wisconsin, 64-68
Ciscokid82
Posted 5/27/2018 7:48 AM (#907376 - in reply to #905998)
Subject: Re: Midwest water temps.




Posts: 160


Location: SE Wisc
Just a few weeks ago there was ice on the lakes and everyone was taking about ice fishing opening weekend and blah, blah, blah. This goes to show how quickly things can change and how much people forget from one year to the next.
North of 8
Posted 5/27/2018 5:03 PM (#907396 - in reply to #905998)
Subject: Re: Midwest water temps.




Yes, things can change rapidly when it comes to weather, but how often do you see the extremes we have seen in the last two months? Rhinelander had the coldest day ever in April at -2 and today will be the hottest day ever in May at 93, if MSN.com weather is correct. That is pretty wild, no matter how you slice it.
Ciscokid82
Posted 5/27/2018 6:47 PM (#907407 - in reply to #905998)
Subject: Re: Midwest water temps.




Posts: 160


Location: SE Wisc
How often do you ever get “average” temperatures for any day let alone month? We’ve been recording temperatures for only like 125 years, so what is average anyway. That’s like a grain of sand on a large beach comparing that to the age of earth.
djwilliams
Posted 5/28/2018 12:32 AM (#907413 - in reply to #905998)
Subject: Re: Midwest water temps.




Posts: 685


Location: Ames, Iowa
My wife reported 72 degrees this afternoon at Headquarters Bay on Leech. It was 67 this morning on the main lake.
OH Musky
Posted 5/28/2018 6:52 AM (#908413 - in reply to #905998)
Subject: Re: Midwest water temps.




Posts: 24


Location: SW Ohio
Last week temps were low 70s. Yesterday it was 79-80 degs over the whole lake. Caesar Creek, SW OH. Less than a month ago it was only in the mid-50s.
TheShow
Posted 5/28/2018 7:20 AM (#908414 - in reply to #908413)
Subject: Re: Midwest water temps.




Posts: 210


Location: Vilas County, WI
Mid 60's yesterday on a couple clear Vilas county lakes.
ToddM
Posted 5/28/2018 10:01 AM (#908422 - in reply to #908414)
Subject: Re: Midwest water temps.





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Location: oswego, il
Extended forecast shows some cooler temps coming, good news.
fish4musky1
Posted 5/28/2018 4:18 PM (#908444 - in reply to #905998)
Subject: Re: Midwest water temps.





Location: Northern Wisconsin
I had 75 today on a small, clear lake near Rhinelander.
pistolpete314
Posted 5/29/2018 8:00 AM (#908493 - in reply to #905998)
Subject: Re: Midwest water temps.




Posts: 196


Location: Twin Cities
75ish on Tonka
muskyhunter07
Posted 5/29/2018 10:10 AM (#908507 - in reply to #908493)
Subject: Re: Midwest water temps.




71-75 green bay

Edited by muskyhunter07 5/29/2018 10:11 AM
happy hooker
Posted 5/29/2018 1:52 PM (#908531 - in reply to #908507)
Subject: Re: Midwest water temps.




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81 on Polk county lake on sat that's before two mid 90 s days on Sun and mon. Never seen anything like it even city lakes surrounded by cement never this warm on an opener.
happy hooker
Posted 5/29/2018 3:22 PM (#908544 - in reply to #908531)
Subject: Re: Midwest water temps.




Posts: 2730


Anybody get a St Croix river temp.
North of 8
Posted 5/29/2018 4:39 PM (#908554 - in reply to #908544)
Subject: Re: Midwest water temps.




I was out on the lake where I live the last two days, shallow, dark chain and saw 75 to 76.5 on both the fishing boat and pontoon. Surprised some of the clear lakes are that warm. And I was in the water myself and it is much cooler a foot or two down. Not freezing by any means, but cooler.
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