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Walleyes, muskies hitting best a night
By George Langley

With some more heat this week, the lakes are getting very high water temperatures — about as high as they get up here in the North Woods.
Lake levels are starting to decline with the lack of rain, but nothing like the southern part of the state. Weed growth is good now, with weeds right to the top on many lakes. It will only be a short while before they start to die off, beginning with the shallowest weeds first. If you haven’t noticed, the days are already starting to get shorter.
There is a pretty strong evening and night fishing pattern going on now, so it is a good plan to spend some evening and early morning time on the water. This also will avoid the worst of the heavy boat traffic and the heat during the daytime.

Tuesday, July 24, 2012 2:23 PM
 

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