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Good walleye numbers hitting in deep holes

By George Langley

What a blast of wind that was last weekend. It stripped the leaves from the trees completely, so we felt we went from mid-fall to late fall in two days.

The effect of the cold and wind also caused the annual fall turnover on most lakes to finish its disruption and dropped those water temperatures into the 40s in many cases. As always, the smaller lakes will have a quicker temperature drop than the large deep lakes. Lakes are still quite low, so take a look at landings before you commit to a weekend of fishing on certain lakes, and be prepared to move around to avoid turnover on the larger lakes.

Tuesday, October 09, 2012 3:00 PM
 

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