|Drop in water temps should help fishing|
By George Langley
The North Woods is seeing very cold conditions, which have triggered a huge drop in water temperatures. For the walleye and muskie fishermen, this is great.
Some rain has kept the water levels up and the temperatures are now down in the 40s, which creates great fishing — the best of the year for big fish. It won’t be long until we are thinking of ice fishing.Hunters also are very happy with most leaves off the trees and the deer heading toward the rut period. We have talked to some grouse hunters, who have said that the hunting has been much better than expected. Many of us wish that there were two Octobers,
|Tuesday, October 22, 2013 3:10 PM|