Heat, storms result in spotty walleye fishing
The hot weather and frequent storms have slowed the fishing for walleyes on some days, while on other days the bite has been surprisingly good.
Part of the reason for the fluctuation is that the fish, especially walleyes and muskies, have to eat more in the hot weather to maintain their elevated metabolism but they still pick their times to feed.
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