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#12029775 - 01/09/17 12:46 PM water temps
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if any of the brave souls wants to share, what were some of the water temps after the snow this weekend in north texas?
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#12029797 - 01/09/17 12:59 PM Re: water temps [Re: mikereils5er]
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Texoma was 48-49 over by Eisenhower.

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#12029877 - 01/09/17 01:41 PM Re: water temps [Re: mikereils5er]
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Ray Roberts was 43 - 44 degrees yesterday afternoon at Buck Creek ramp.
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#12030388 - 01/09/17 05:50 PM Re: water temps [Re: mikereils5er]
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Loc: Red Oak, Galveston, and Pagosa...
Fairfield was mid 60's Saturday. Waxahachie was 46-48 Sunday. Both lakes had big, REALLY BIG, fish to be caught shallow. Biggest of the weekend for me was around 8 pounds on waxahachie. 2 ft of water. Flipping.

Biggest on Fairfield (6-1/2lbs) was top water fishing in around 3-4ft.
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#12030447 - 01/09/17 06:22 PM Re: water temps [Re: mikereils5er]
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36 Sat. morning on the North End of Pines.

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#12030485 - 01/09/17 06:44 PM Re: water temps [Re: mikereils5er]
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any body know what Lake Palestine is like right now?

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#12032235 - 01/10/17 03:42 PM Re: water temps [Re: mikereils5er]
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Lavon had some icing going on in the Grove creeks when I drove over it on Sunday.

Monti was low-to-mid 60s.


Edited by David Burton (01/10/17 06:44 PM)
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#12032255 - 01/10/17 03:57 PM Re: water temps [Re: SteezMacQueen]
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Originally Posted By: SteezMacQueen
Fairfield was mid 60's Saturday. Waxahachie was 46-48 Sunday. Both lakes had big, REALLY BIG, fish to be caught shallow. Biggest of the weekend for me was around 8 pounds on waxahachie. 2 ft of water. Flipping.

Biggest on Fairfield (6-1/2lbs) was top water fishing in around 3-4ft.


Why would they be so shallow with water temps 46-48? May be a stupid question but that just seems odd.

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#12032400 - 01/10/17 05:44 PM Re: water temps [Re: SteezMacQueen]
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Loc: Midlothian / Waxahachie
Originally Posted By: SteezMacQueen
Fairfield was mid 60's Saturday. Waxahachie was 46-48 Sunday. Both lakes had big, REALLY BIG, fish to be caught shallow. Biggest of the weekend for me was around 8 pounds on waxahachie. 2 ft of water. Flipping.

Biggest on Fairfield (6-1/2lbs) was top water fishing in around 3-4ft.


I knew I should have gone to Hachie. Can't deal with the wind too well with a shot trolling motor battery though.
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#12032469 - 01/10/17 06:28 PM Re: water temps [Re: txanlger]
SteezMacQueen Online   sleepy
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Loc: Red Oak, Galveston, and Pagosa...
Originally Posted By: txanlger
Originally Posted By: SteezMacQueen
Fairfield was mid 60's Saturday. Waxahachie was 46-48 Sunday. Both lakes had big, REALLY BIG, fish to be caught shallow. Biggest of the weekend for me was around 8 pounds on waxahachie. 2 ft of water. Flipping.

Biggest on Fairfield (6-1/2lbs) was top water fishing in around 3-4ft.


Why would they be so shallow with water temps 46-48? May be a stupid question but that just seems odd.

Not a stupid question.

I started deep(ish) throwing a c rig. Couldn't buy a bite. I then went to spots that have worked in the past, shallow spots, and to my surprise I started catching quality fish. They were not in shade, so my guess is they were seeking a warm spot next to cover. The cover had to be significant. And had to extend way up out of the water. Maybe it was slightly warmer very close to the cover. I dunno.

Later on in the day I ran the boat over some deep channels and steep points and graphed a lot of fish....they weren't feeding on what I was throwing to em. Might not have been bass for all I know.
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