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Any updates on Lake Belton? #10631465 02/19/15 11:35 PM
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I have been out a couple times this week after work and have managed one loan dink largemouth in 30 feet of water on a wiggle wart. What are the fish doing with temps warming up? Anyone have a current water temp?

Re: Any updates on Lake Belton? [Re: bigbass1587] #10632745 02/20/15 03:25 PM
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The water temperature is between 55 and 57 degrees. Some fish have begun to move around while most remain deep. As long as temperatures don't dip to low during the evenings and warm quickly the following day, the fish should be moving up to spawn.


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