Water temps


Biggame's picture

By Biggame - Posted on 05 March 2009

If everybody would please post what they got for a water temp and where the temp was taken at. It should start climbing pretty fast with the warm weather and the wind. It will give us a starting depth to fish.

Biggame's picture

Water temp was 52 degrees yesterday morning and 57 around 2pm. This was the pumping station in New Johnsonville on the ky lake side.

Where are the fish?

Coach OB's picture

Talked to my buddies and they said the water at noon was 54 degrees. This is around mansard Island. The two of them are pulling hot grubs and currently have 37 keepers. They are in 12 ft of water using the old John Deere color.

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Coach OB's picture

51 degrees around Mansard Island.

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KidCrappie's picture

Water temperature at the Duck River Unit Pump House was 52 @ 2 pm Bass were doing well ! 3/16/09

Kid Crappie

KidCrappie's picture

Grassy Lake in Duck River Unit water temperature was 51.
3/26/09

Kid Crappie

Biggame's picture

56 degrees in the mouth of Big Richland bay. This is about ten miles North of the hwy 70 bridge in New Johnsonville.

Where are the fish?

wingman's picture

65 to 67 at Perryville In pumpstation not in river.

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wingman's picture

Monday I found some 63 degree water fish was slow with only 10 keepers at Perryville.

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KidCrappie's picture

I got 51 to 56 degrees today in Big Sandy River on KY Lake. The Cold Front bite was slow !

Kid Crappie

wingman's picture

Got to 56 today at Perryville.

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wingman's picture

45 when we started and climbed to 51 at 4:00 at Kentucky lake Perryville.We had 8 inches of snow Sunday I thought the temp would be lower than that.

Take a kid fishing!!!

Coach OB's picture

My buddies and I will be fishing Friday and Saturday around Big Sandy area. I will try to give information after our trip.

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redrum1187's picture

Thursday the water made it up to 49 where I was fishing

firecaptain's picture

57 in blood river area today

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