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Thermocline on PK #13196487 06/26/19 04:49 AM
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Has there been a thermocline set up on PK yet?

Re: Thermocline on PK [Re: Thunk] #13196563 06/26/19 12:26 PM
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Good ?, last week the lake was muddy from Carter's Bend all the way to the damn dam. Randy Wood may be able to chime in to underscore your question.Debris and floaters were prevalent .

Re: Thermocline on PK [Re: Thunk] #13196735 06/26/19 03:15 PM
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I have not seen a thermocline but it would be tough to see as the debris line is now at 25 feet. The lake is clearing nicely down lake. I noticed I could see pretty deep into the water at the ramp last night when I came in. All that said, hard to catch stripers. I get one here and there, but I don't think they like a muddy lake.


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