By George Langley
Walleye anglers must deal with the annual mayfly hatch and a change in fishing patterns.
Meanwhile, rain and some cooler weather have caused the water temperatures to drop a little, which was kind of a surprise for mid June. This might extend the smallmouth bass spawn a little, along with the bluegill spawn.
The rain, however, was another boost for the lake levels, which have now improved significantly on most lakes over the last few years. This is great to see, as the landings are much easier to use.
The mosquito problem abated a little,