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Old 03-14-2018, 11:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Anyone know what the water temp is at Pueblo?

Anyone know what the water temp is at Pueblo and anyone catching any bass?
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it is 39 to 44 deg
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Old 03-23-2018, 11:39 AM   #4 (permalink)
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I got 41-44 yesterday and yes I'm catching bass. So there.

This wind should help warm up the water.

I've been throwing nothing but blade baits since Nov but thats gonna change soon.
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I was out yesterday at Pueblo and had 48 to 51 degrees.
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Are you fishing the west end?
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Yeah, big difference between east and west.
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FWIW I took a surface temp this morning (fri 13th) at 8:15am of 49° (air temp 43°). This followed 2 consecutive days of High Wind warnings and gusts > 50mph.

Also of interest (I thought).. I caught a 17" male eye still milting. Interesting because none of the eyes I caught in late March were still spawning (that I'm aware of) but that was a different part of the lake so I suppose that's a factor.
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FWIW I took a surface temp this morning (fri 13th) at 8:15am of 49° (air temp 43°). This followed 2 consecutive days of High Wind warnings and gusts > 50mph.

Also of interest (I thought).. I caught a 17" male eye still milting. Interesting because none of the eyes I caught in late March were still spawning (that I'm aware of) but that was a different part of the lake so I suppose that's a factor.
Thank for your info.
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We have caught males there as late as 4/26 and they are still milting. I asked biologist about it the next year at spawn taking operation and he compared males to teenage boys. They are ready to spawn a month before the girls and a month after the girls.
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