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Can you say upwelling?


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Brian,

It was cloudy last night, so I don't think the satellite imagery could obtain the temps correctly.

We did have the NE since Sunday Afternoon, so I'm sure temps are up and an upwelling has begun, but those temps cannot be real.

Just my two cents...

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Usually upwelling spreads the fish out because there prefered water temp is screwed up. Upwelling also usually means bad currents. The temp off (50degrees) of Sandy creek 3 days ago was down 105'. Today it is 43 degrees on the surface. At this time of the year, find bait and the fish should still be there.

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