By George Langley
Here we go, back into mid-summer weather conditions with heat and humidity. Expect the water temperatures to rise quickly with the high air temperatures in the upper 80s and low 90s last weekend.
We’ll probably see a lot of people this weekend enjoying water sports one last time for the summer, so it will be busy out there on Labor Day weekend.
It’s hard to predict what the overall effect of this hot weather will have on the fishing. In general, warm fronts in the fall are not good for the fishing.
Even with the recent warmth, weeds have started dying