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January 23, 2010


Paul Roberts

VERY interesting graphs.

Rich Ziert

Lake Specific: I assume these charts are Indiana specific? While it's nothing new to old hats (almost a DAH!), we can use these graphs to accurately calculate the seasonal changes in fish mood. Newbee anglers looking in take note.


April/May would be new birth.

June , July, August and part of September show summer peak,

Part of September, all of October are Fall
increased feeding.

October, and November, expect turnover, and decresed action for a time.

November, December, January, February, March, Winter dulldrums.

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