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05-16-2012 3:52 PM

Shasta water temp
 
Has anyone been to Lake Shasta lately?? If so what was the water temp....

snork 05-16-2012 4:51 PM

warm enough to wakeboard all across the country, get in or go home

05-17-2012 7:33 AM

thanks for the great advice, your a smart one........now if someone really knows i would appreciate it...

cavlxenvy 05-17-2012 7:17 PM

high 60s to low 70s. friend was there this past week.

superfluous 05-17-2012 7:23 PM

Trunking it almost a month ago. Surface water was reading 67-71 but three feet down in was more like 60.

Should be great by now. Just watch for lots of early season debris.

trdon 05-18-2012 4:58 AM

I'm in mn and been trunking it for nearly 3 weeks. What is wron with you southerners and thinking you have "seasons". If it ain't frozen, the season isn't over.

domin8 05-18-2012 12:46 PM

Debris and Memorial weekend go hand in hand. Lake is full this year so there will be more.

superfluous 05-18-2012 1:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by trdon (Post 1752716)
I'm in mn and been trunking it for nearly 3 weeks. What is wron with you southerners and thinking you have "seasons". If it ain't frozen, the season isn't over.

What is wrong with you Northerners thinking that a lake in Northern California is in the South and that folks out here on the West coast are Southerners?

You betcha

trdon 05-19-2012 2:18 PM

Does your lake freeze? I rest my case. Hang ten brah

digg311 05-19-2012 4:04 PM

That's actually one of the things I miss the most about Shasta... even if the surface is getting close to bath water, you can just swim down a few feet and get some nice cool water.
That and the fact that if you know your way around you can almost always find glass somewhere... regardless of wind speed or direction.

05-19-2012 8:31 PM

Ill be going in middle of June and cant wait...should be perfect water temp by then......

cavlxenvy 05-20-2012 9:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by trdon (Post 1753017)
Does your lake freeze? I rest my case. Hang ten brah

how deep are the lakes out there?

trdon 05-20-2012 12:34 PM

Anywhere from 3 feet to 150 feet. Doesn't really matter, they all get 2-5feet of ice on them in the prime of winter. We have a hard water problem.

nick_in_ssp 05-20-2012 6:27 PM

There is only 1 state north of Minnesota so everyone else IS a Southerner. I don't know what lake depth has to do with much, I lived in Vegas for a year and the locals there packed up just like we have to do here when it freezes. I couldn't find anyone to ride with until it hit like 85 again. I am out on the water within 1 week of ice out every year, This year just happen to be late March and other lakes still had ice on them. But this year was about 3 -4 weeks early compared to average.


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