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Fall patterns starting to take over in North
By George Langley

As we progress a little deeper into September and the fall fishing possibilities, anglers are getting some of those much-needed water temperature declines. This is good, very good.

Anglers are seeing the beginning of the turnover process on many of the smaller lakes. This is evidenced by some green on the surface. It looks like the lake has had an algae bloom. It hasn’t. It’s having some mixing of the lower levels, with the accumulated gunk from this year rising to the top because of the lower surface temperatures brought about by cold nights.

The North Woods has had some cold rain,

Tuesday, September 17, 2013 3:29 PM
 

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