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On 12/7/2018 at 9:59 PM, Hammer Smokin' said:

Bucketmouth fishing in almost December.

Yes, I'm just a bit jealous! what water temps you fishing? Still in the 50's?

Awesome man!

No sir. Most of our tournaments this time of year are on a nuclear power plant lake. Water temps in the high 70s downlake, high 60s uplake. Fished a tournament there on Sunday and had three in the livewell before they’d released the last boats (field of 120). :)

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oh I'm so very jealous.

we have some nuke plant winter fishing, but it means breaking ice to the warm water discharges, then catching trout species...with the odd smallie mixed in.

great fishing man!! enjoy.

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On 4/15/2017 at 6:35 PM, Salacious B. Crumb said:

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A couple trout that I got this morning at my local port in Michigan, USA.

Interesting.....speared one with a stick and looks like you shot the second.  

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1 hour ago, stevo said:

Interesting.....speared one with a stick and looks like you shot the second.  

my nephew is working in banff at a hotel and just sent me some pics of three trout, appear to be about the same size, he picked up ice fishing this morning. or yesterday and then a pic of them all stuffed and cooked. i swear, no one in the family thought he could make cereal and then this? 

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No sir. Most of our tournaments this time of year are on a nuclear power plant lake. Water temps in the high 70s downlake, high 60s uplake. Fished a tournament there on Sunday and had three in the livewell before they’d released the last boats (field of 120).
What lake/state?

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3 hours ago, prodigy said:

What lake/state?

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Squaw Creek is the lake...the cooling body of water for the Comanche Peak nuclear power plant in Glen Rose, TX.  Now that the tournament season has started we have been on two non-powerplant lakes...water temps in the low 50s mostly...much tougher fishing :)

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Squaw Creek is the lake...the cooling body of water for the Comanche Peak nuclear power plant in Glen Rose, TX.  Now that the tournament season has started we have been on two non-powerplant lakes...water temps in the low 50s mostly...much tougher fishing
I didn't realize that was such a common thing. There's lake Anna in Virginia that has a "hot side" from the nuclear plant. I think it never drops below 68°, but that's from memory so don't quote me.

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