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#10889880 - 06/02/15 11:04 AM Lake Closures
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With certain lakes being closed, do you think the benefit of no pressure will help the fishery? With a month of little to no pressure will the fishing be better once certain lakes reopen? Just a thought
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#10890463 - 06/02/15 02:53 PM Re: Lake Closures [Re: UTDmiller]
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I don't think the fishery will benefit much from closures over the long haul, but I sure bet the fishing will be way better than average for a few days once they reopen! The high water on the other hand could be a great thing for the fisheries. Good spawns and lots of new habitat even for a short time will be a welcome shot in the arm for a lot of lakes.
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#10890515 - 06/02/15 03:13 PM Re: Lake Closures [Re: UTDmiller]
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Yes, my question was in the short run like the first week or so they reopen. Debating if some are worth the trip. But yes, the next 4-5yrs should really benefit from this spawn and high water for the fry to hide in
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