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Old 06-13-2007, 07:34 PM
dps260 dps260 is offline
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Default Cumberland River Water temps

I fished the upper Cumberland last week and caught more fish than I thought possible. Even after a two hour lighnting and rain storm the likes i have rarely been out in the fish were still feeding. The river was cloudy and filled with debri but the fish and the fisherman kept on . Does anyone know how to keep up with the water temps on the Cumberland? They are not generating for the last day or two and I am afraid this is the beginning of the end for the great Cumberland tail water . I hope to make another trip or two before a fish kill takes place which I am told is just a matter of time. I want to be able to check the water temps before making the long haul.
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Old 06-14-2007, 09:49 AM
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they stop generating and started slucing, sluce water temp is 7 degrees colder, same water release every 6 hrs. trying to cool it off.
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