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Most fish heading toward fall patterns
By George Langley

The North Woods is definitely moving into fall as the water temperatures have declined to the mid 60s and many lakes have started the process of turning over.

If the North doesn’t get another warm front — and we certainly don’t want one — we’ll see a  significant water temperature drop followed by some great walleye and muskie fishing we get in mid to late fall.

Walleye fishing is good, with the fish moving a little deeper on the dark-water lakes. They’ll end up in the holes on the Chain. Look for the deepest weed edges and mud flats off the weeds to be holding fish this week. Jigs and minnows are the best bait. The bigger, clear lakes just haven’t

Tuesday, September 24, 2013 5:29 PM
 

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