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Colder temperatures will help fall fishing
By George Langley

Outdoors people are enjoying the slide into fall, however, this roller coaster effect of warm and cold fronts makes it difficult for all sportsmen and -women to plan fishing or hunting trips.

For hunting or fishing, from this point forward, the colder the better.

Anglers are seeing the beginning of turnover (not final turnover) on many area lakes. What has happened is that the cold nights have reduced the surface temperatures enough to generate some turning of water. This green look will now stay on these lakes until it gets cold enough to allow these lakes to clean

Tuesday, September 10, 2013 3:14 PM
 

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