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Maybe bass aren’t so bad after all

August 6, 2011
By JOE HACKETT - Outdoors Columnist , Adirondack Daily Enterprise

As the dog days of summer continue to crank up the season's thermostat, the windows of opportunity for trout fishermen are rapidly diminishing. In fact, the windows are nearly shuttered, as a brilliant sun has combined with low water levels, soaring water temperatures and reduced oxygen levels to push all but the hardiest of trout to seek refuge in deep pools or deeper depths. Simply put, the low, warm water has severely stressed the trout population.

 
 
 

 

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