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Colder weather to help muskie, walleye fishing
By George Langley

The North Woods finally seems to be in the fall season, hopefully with no more warm fronts. The recent cold is bringing about the expected change in fishing.
Water temperatures are falling pretty quickly and some of the lakes have finally cleared up from turnover. This makes for some of the best fishing of the year for both muskie and walleye, so it is something anglers look forward to.
In addition, the more than one and one-half inches of rain received was very welcome for the lakes. Those lake levels had been falling for quite a while.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011 10:31 AM
 

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