|Water temperatures start annual decline|
By George Langley
There is a hint of autumn in the air on many mornings now, though daytime temperatures still are near 80 degrees. It is very comfortable out there in the evenings and a great time to be out fishing.
The water temperatures are now making their annual journey down through the 70s, but we will still get some warm fronts going through that will halt that decline. When that happens, it also will halt any good fishing, as most fish species really don’t respond to warm weather now.
Weed growth is starting to decline also. The shallower weeds die off first, making those fish that have stayed very shallow move out to deeper green weeds.
|Tuesday, August 23, 2011 1:32 PM|