Find current lake water temperatures for inland lakes & waterways, as well as current water temperatures for the Gulf of Mexico for our southern surf anglers.
Get realtime lake water temperature readings for dozens of lakes around the United States as well as water temperatures for the Gulf of Mexico. Some water temperatures are exclusive to AnglerSpy.com, others are sourced from public sources such as USGS, NOAA or NDBC, and others yet are generated by user reports.
All exclusive AnglerSpy™ lake water temperatures displayed are measured on location at 1′ below lake surface, unless otherwise noted. Third party sources generally measure similarly, be we cannot speak for the placement of third party sensors. User generated water temperature reports and general fishing conditions reports are verified using photo uploads for proof of current water temperatures or conditions.
When we display a lake or ocean water temperature, lake level (elevation), current conditions image or video, or other piece of lake data on this website, we will display a timestamp of when that reading occurred for accuracy.
Lake Water Temperatures A to Z
AnglerSpy.com provides current & historic water temperatures for select inland fishing & recreational lakes, as well as the Gulf of Mexico. Below is a listing an alphabetical listing of available lakes. The link description states what data is available for that lake or for that site.
Gulf of Mexico Water Temperatures
See Current as well as Historic 7 Day & 30 Day Gulf of Mexico water temperatures from each location below. These water temperatures are updated each hour from public sources, mainly the National Data Buoy Center (NDBC), which is part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, a service of the U.S. government.
The Importance of Water Temperature
Some may want to swim or rent a boat, but most who use AnglerSpy understand that when it comes to understanding fish behavior, water temperature is everything. As the best source for truly real-time lake water temperature readings in the United States, we understand the importance of water temperature for serious fishermen. From spawn to fall feed to shad die off, water temperature is the most important factor in determining fishing success. We created AnglerSpy™ so you can Know Before You Go!