By George Langley
With the recent summer heat wave, the water temperatures have spiked right up through the 70s, and the 80s are in sight. This will make the fishing even tougher during the daytime as the fish have adapted to an evening or night feeding pattern with the water traffic and the heat.
While weed growth is right up to the top on many lakes, some waters are again in the position of needing heavy rain in the area. Several inches of rain fell Sunday night and Monday afternoon which should help those water levels.
Walleye fishing has been improving, with the fish moving back into the weeds after that very late