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Panfish in the fall

October 12, 2013
By TODD REED ( , Times-Republican

Each and every morning on my way to get into my truck to go to work, I take deep breathes of that fall air. There is doubt that Mother Nature is showing off right now with these beautiful fall days. Almost half way through the month of October and we haven't even been close to a frost, that is unusual. Plants, flowers and the grass are all looking colorful, again very unusual for this time of year. I also have noticed that the water temperature in local lakes is still hovering around the 65-70 degree mark. This is highly unusual for this time of year. Mother Nature may be showing off this week, but what she is really doing is delaying the fall movement of fish, but this weekend and the weeks coming could be some of the best panfishing you might have all year long.



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