Water temperatures

Discussion in 'MISSOURI RIVERS TALK' started by JHH, Mar 25, 2020.

  1. JHH

    JHH Active Member

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    Anybody fished the Mo. this week? I was wondering what the water temps are now.
     
  2. VanKley

    VanKley Well-Known Member

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    Mid 40s. Been catching blues for a few weeks now.
     
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  3. JHH

    JHH Active Member

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    Thanks Tom. Temps should start coming up more this coming week.
     
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  4. twaskom

    twaskom Moderator Staff Member

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    River temps in Central Indiana in small to mid sized rivers was upper 40 and reached over 50 degrees for a day or two. Then have since dropped back down but are around 47 degrees and heading over 50 degrees again very soon.

    tight lines
     
  5. VanKley

    VanKley Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, I was gin hit the Mo this weekend but its gonna rain. Might take of Minday n Tuesday now.
     
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  6. Thunder head

    Thunder head Well-Known Member

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    Steven
    Water temps in the Savannah river chain are around 60 in the main lake channel. Mid 60s in shallow coves. :)
     
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  7. JByrd

    JByrd Well-Known Member

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    Flatheads are my favorite eater. It is warming up.
     
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  8. Caseoftheblues

    Caseoftheblues New Member

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    Shane ferreira
    Anyone fish the MO around Kansas city? I never have any good luck. Wing dikes, slotted dikes, or flats....what's the trick? I kill em on Kansas River
     
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  9. VanKley

    VanKley Well-Known Member

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    I prefer the slotted dykes and channel swings.
     
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  10. Caseoftheblues

    Caseoftheblues New Member

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    Shane ferreira
    Can you elaborate on how you fish channel swing??? Where you anchor etc...
     
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  11. VanKley

    VanKley Well-Known Member

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    Sent DM
     
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  12. bhilton15

    bhilton15 Member

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    Brad
    Anybody got tips on how you're fishing the MO river as high as it is right now? I can't seem to catch anything lately let alone also find a place where current isn't raging. Thanks
     
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  13. Caseoftheblues

    Caseoftheblues New Member

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    Shane ferreira
    I havent been by here in KC i have been fishing the KS. Last time i was out in march it wasnt raging. Caught a few between Leavenworth and Atchison. Slotted dykes got me out of current. But fishing was slow at best
     
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  14. Welder

    Welder Well-Known Member

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    Fish river and creek mouths that dump in. Water is a few degrees warmer. All cats will come there. Won’t go wrong with a ball of crawlers on a circle hook this time of year.
     
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