EP:30 Fall Lake Turnover
In this episode of the Bluegills to Bull Sharks Podcast we talked about understanding lake turnover. For many this is just a term that they hear thrown around as the leaves start to change. There's a lot of myths associated with this time of year. These myths started because as anglers we know of the turnover, but we don't know what it actually is and how it affects the fish. From the thermocline, to the epilimnion, to the cold and heavy hypolimnion layer we discuss what they are and how they work. Using this information you can make better informed decisions on where and when to fish during this transitional time in the Midwest.
|Leaving the lake and fishing the creek yielded this beautiful fall musky.|
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