Water temperatures

Discussion in 'Southwest Ohio Fishing Reports' started by fishmason, Mar 25, 2008.

  1. It would be very helpful to have water temperatures updated over the next couple weeks from anywhere anyone goes.

    Anyone have any recent updates from the lakes or local ponds?

    I know the corps have some but they dont seem to be up and running yet.
  2. Tee

    Tee Team OGF

    Something to compare....

    Its NOT lakes or Ponds but it is something to compare to.

    Here are the Water Temps for the Ohio River.


    Here is a map of some Ohio streams and rivers:


    There are a couple near the spillways of some lakes.

    Now Click on the map, close to Caesers Creek. There is the data for:
    It lists the Gage Height and Water Temperature.

    Also There is one near East Fork Lake. The data is for:
    Again is gives you gage Height and Water Temperature.

    At least it gives you some information as to water Temperature.

    Hope this helps.

  3. excellent post TEE thanks. Ill be out today for sure so i will let everyone know
  4. Rocky Fork Lake was 41 deg main lake and got up to 43 in some northern coves. That was this Sat.
  5. Lake Choctaw in London was 40, three days ago.
  6. Nightprowler

    Nightprowler Crappie Hunter

    Thurs morning, CJ Brown - 42 Thurs afternoon, Caesars and Cowen - 44
  7. from the recent replies as well as great technology it appears most lakes, ponds, etc. are all less than 44 degrees. Normally i wouldnt go out in waters like these but from all the recent posts apparently they are being caught.
  8. ive been getting temp readings 49 up to 53 on rocky fork this week.
  9. Stonelick Lake 45 degrees on Wednesday.
  10. good to hear temps are 45+ i think this warm rain might really help as well
  11. Creeks flow rivers cracking open ponds lakes iced
  12. buckeyebowman

    buckeyebowman On the back 9 and loving it!

    Something an old timer told me years ago. Really early in the year when water temps are very cold, fish the creeks and rivers first. They warm up quicker than the lakes do. Can extend your season a month or more.