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Toledo and Rayburn Water temps #12582544
01/17/18 03:06 PM
01/17/18 03:06 PM
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Katy, Texas US
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Katy, Texas US
Last weekend I saw 41-44 on Toledo. Could we see sub 40 water temps, I have never fished in water that cold in Texas.

Re: Toledo and Rayburn Water temps [Re: BMCD] #12583415
01/17/18 11:46 PM
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Orange, TX
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I fished Conroe in the 80's when the water was in the 30's. Pockets in the upper end were frozen over.
I won the tournament jigging spoons on main lake structure.

Re: Toledo and Rayburn Water temps [Re: BMCD] #12585728
01/19/18 04:14 PM
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January 2015 there were some sub 40 surface temps on Rayburn throughout the month.

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