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Lake Mattoon , IL
~ 946 miles away - (1377)
Today's Forecast Mar 08, 2021

Lake Mattoon's current water temperature is 36°F. Today's forecast is: Clear throughout the day., with a high around 67°F and a low around 38°F. Winds are out of the SSW at 10 mph with gusts of 21 mph.

Current Conditions
36°F
Water
67° 38° F
Air
SSW 10 - 21 gust
Wind


8 Day Forecast as of Mar 08, 2021
Monday
66° 41°
wind SSW 10-21 mph

Clear throughout the day.
Tuesday
67° 51°
wind S 13-37 mph

Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
Wednesday
66° 61°
wind SSW 20-40 mph

Possible light rain overnight.
Thursday
65° 46°
wind SW 18-41 mph

Rain throughout the day.
Friday
58° 44°
wind NE 9-25 mph

Rain throughout the day.
Saturday
51° 33°
wind NE 12-26 mph

Possible light rain in the morning.
Sunday
43° 42°
wind E 13-46 mph

Rain starting in the afternoon.
Monday
62° 31°
wind S 13-46 mph

Rain until afternoon, starting again overnight.


Warning: Ice is NEVER 100% Safe!
Thermal Imagery - Mar 06, 2021
Natural Imagery - Mar 06, 2021

Description
Location: Lake Mattoon is located approximately twelve miles southwest of Mattoon and about 1.5 miles northwest of Neoga, in parts of Shelby, Coles, and Cumberland Counties. Description: The lake covers 1050 surface acres with a maximum depth of 31 feet and average depth of 11.4 feet. Public boat launching facilities are available and the City of Mattoon (217-895-2922 or 234-3611) collects a boating access fee, which covers Lake Paradise as well. All tournaments must be scheduled through the City of Mattoon. History and Status of the Sport Fishery: The fish population in Lake Mattoon is intensively surveyed every two years, primarily by electrofishing. The fish are measured, weighed, and scales collected before releasing them alive. Hybrid striped bass, and saugeye, populations are being maintained by annual stockings. In addition to the species listed above, yellow bass, longear sunfish, green sunfish, warmouth, and yellow and black bullheads are present, but are seldom harvested by fishermen due to the small size attained by these species. Additional Lake Information: Pole and line fishing only, with no more than two poles allowed per person, with only two hooks or lures per pole. After sunset the entire lake is no wake. Camping, a swimming beach, live bait, fishing tackle, ice, and drinks are available.

Related sites:
www.ifishillinois.org

Attributes
1,062
Acres


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