Area lakes begin transition from summer to fall
Surface water temperatures in the Bemidji area are getting close to the 70-degree mark, which is the point when fall patterns start to take hold of the lakes.
The change from summer to fall fishing patterns begins gradually and builds steam as water temperatures fall though the 60s.
Walleyes head in two different directions as fall begins, depending on the type of lake.
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