Finding -- and consistantly catching -- fish in the summer
Summer fishing is in full swing. Throughout the Midwest, spring-like fishing patterns held on longer than normal due to colder-than-usual weather. Largemouth bass and crappies were spawning later than they would in most years, and walleyes stayed shallow in many bodies of water farther into the summer. Now though, fishing is the way it should be in the summer. If you want to consistently catch fish in the summer, you've got to find them.
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