Paul Nelson column for July 17: Cool temps, winds keep anglers off lakes
The midway point of July has passed in what is turning out to be a cold summer.
Surface water temperatures in the Bemidji area have exceeded 70 degrees twice this year, but it only lasted several days each time.
Surface water temperatures dropped back into the mid 60s again this week after another stretch of colder than normal temperatures.
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