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Has the fall turnover started?

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Depends on location. In PA I have notice some fish moving off their summer spots and moving a bit more shallow. Still a lot of green weeds though; assume they will be dying very soon.

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I've noticed a big change in NH where I fish.  Fall transition seems in swing.  We've had a couple of nights between 32-40 degrees and the drops that were on fire as recently as 2 weeks ago, where fat smallies were absolutely destroying soft jerkbaits, have gone cold.  As a bank fisherman it's just a matter of finding the area where the bait is.  Hope everyone elses fall transition fishes well.  

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I do not see a noticable turn over in the local lakes here in poconos of Pa like i did in the more southern lakes.  Maybe because they are deeper with more rocky bottom?

 

Some of my old lakes would go green and get cloudy when the water reversed

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7 hours ago, Captain Ahab said:

I do not see a noticable turn over in the local lakes here in poconos of Pa like i did in the more southern lakes.  Maybe because they are deeper with more rocky bottom?

 

Some of my old lakes would go green and get cloudy when the water reversed

 

That's the most obvious sign. I see it here in MA if I'm fishing during the spring / fall turnover.

What I love is the look on a non-angler's face when I explain the process.

Most common response : "Who has control of that / Who does that"?

 

 

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18 mins ago, FishermanTim said:

 

That's the most obvious sign. I see it here in MA if I'm fishing during the spring / fall turnover.

What I love is the look on a non-angler's face when I explain the process.

Most common response : "Who has control of that / Who does that"?

 

 

Haaaaa.  Tell them there is submerged switch to a huge pump

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