Fall turnover in area lakes can mean tough fishing
We have reached the time of year now that has "turned over" all of our area lakes. The fall turnover is when the cooled surface temperatures start to sink to the bottom and the poor oxygen based water below the thermocline comes to the surface to be re-oxygenated. This happens every year when the surface temperatures get to about 50 degrees. High winds aid the process of turnover and we have sure had enough of that over the last couple weeks.
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