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Old 09-16-2021, 02:57 PM   #1
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Pond temperatures

I was wondering if anybody’s been out on any of the smaller ponds lately and taking some water temperatures. I may head up this weekend to try a few but didn’t want to bother if the temps were still warm.
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I am not sure of the exact temp, but I was at my favorite Brook Trout spot this past weekend and the water was still pretty warm with only Bass biting.
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Glen,
This past weekend I was fishing an outlet stream which drains two large ponds.
The water temp of the stream was 58*.
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Glen,
This past weekend I was fishing an outlet stream which drains two large ponds.
The water temp of the stream was 58*.
Thanks Sero!
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