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Old 03-03-14, 06:21 PM   #1
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Default A picture of sadness



after almost 60 degree temps yesterday.

Soon I will be fishing...

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Old 03-03-14, 06:27 PM   #2
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60 degrees? I would club a baby seal with a bald eagle just to see 60... With the temps we have had in NE Ohio, I am sure i won't be seeing open water for a good long while. But I feel the sadness. Here is to hoping somebody gets to go fishing soon.
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Old 03-03-14, 09:15 PM   #3
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We had a few days respite as well got up 58-60 two in a row,now 2in of freaking ice pellets covering the ground solid never enough normally to cover the ground,but this year havnt seen the ground as much,global warming my asp.Mine is in the garage,havnt had it out since nov,normally we can fish all year or at least somedays each month not this year.
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We went from a high of 79 on Saturday to a low of 19 and a ice storm on Sunday. I don't mind the cold and I don't mind it getting warm but I wish it would do one or the other.
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60 degrees? I would club a baby seal with a bald eagle just to see 60... With the temps we have had in NE Ohio, I am sure i won't be seeing open water for a good long while. But I feel the sadness. Here is to hoping somebody gets to go fishing soon.
We had a low of -9 yesterday with a high of 8 Still I've been out 3 times this year thanks to our power plant lakes, one of those days the 2 of use boated in excess of 100 fish. Today is supposed to be cold then it looks like we might turn the corner. Doesn't matter if we do or not, I'm still going fishing Thursday
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Old 03-04-14, 03:04 PM   #6
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Yeah this is the longest winter in the history of man. Well, at least it feels like it. But then again that's probably how I feel every year around this time.
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Old 03-04-14, 05:29 PM   #7
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Our weather has been bipolar too. I fished in shorts and no t-shirt at the end of Sunday and yesterday it got real cold (no snow or ice like a lot of the country). finished second in a little tournament, which is only notable because I haven't been able to pattern fish for the last two months.

I have been making an effort to get on the lake though and have been on the water 24 times already this year.

The FLW guys are going to be on Hartwell this weekend, and the weather from Thursday to Sunday ranges from a high of 45 on Thursday (with rain), high of 39 Friday (calling for hail), then back to back days of a high of 72 and sunny. Should be fun. (I'm calling 18-21lbs a day wins)
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60 degrees? I would club a baby seal with a bald eagle just to see 60... With the temps we have had in NE Ohio, I am sure i won't be seeing open water for a good long while. But I feel the sadness. Here is to hoping somebody gets to go fishing soon.
LMAO!!!!
That's funny!!!!!

I feel your pain. The shelter over that boat woulda caved in by xmas around here
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Yeah this is the longest winter in the history of man. Well, at least it feels like it. But then again that's probably how I feel every year around this time.
Don't know about longest but definitely the coldest in a long long time.
Amerigas filled my propane tank in December.....January.....and February!!!!!

3100 bucks!!!!!!!!!!!!
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