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Fork Water Condition Question #12510054
11/20/17 05:03 AM
11/20/17 05:03 AM
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David Burton Offline OP
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Did the mild temperatures, wind, and strong cold front cause some symptoms of lake turnover? Water clarity was a little off in most of the places I visited today. Also brown foam and bubbling water in some areas.

Anyone else experience water clarity issues today?

I couldn't get on any fish.


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Re: Fork Water Condition Question [Re: David Burton] #12510064
11/20/17 05:21 AM
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We were out all day Saturday and found some really good looking water that had some grass but there were some other areas very off colored, like you are describing
Man after the 4-5 footers rolling around out there Saturday, I'm sure it churned up a bunch of stuff...it was rough

Re: Fork Water Condition Question [Re: David Burton] #12510111
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Originally Posted By: David Burton
Did the mild temperatures, wind, and strong cold front cause some symptoms of lake turnover? Water clarity was a little off in most of the places I visited today. Also brown foam and bubbling water in some areas.

Anyone else experience water clarity issues today?

I couldn't get on any fish.


Anybody know what that brown foam and bubbling water is ? Last time I was there saw lots of it everywhere.


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Re: Fork Water Condition Question [Re: GIG'EM AGGIES] #12510164
11/20/17 01:09 PM
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Originally Posted By: GIG'EM AGGIES
Originally Posted By: David Burton
Did the mild temperatures, wind, and strong cold front cause some symptoms of lake turnover? Water clarity was a little off in most of the places I visited today. Also brown foam and bubbling water in some areas.

Anyone else experience water clarity issues today?

I couldn't get on any fish.


Anybody know what that brown foam and bubbling water is ? Last time I was there saw lots of it everywhere.


Lake turnover

Re: Fork Water Condition Question [Re: GIG'EM AGGIES] #12510264
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Originally Posted By: GIG'EM AGGIES
Originally Posted By: David Burton
Did the mild temperatures, wind, and strong cold front cause some symptoms of lake turnover? Water clarity was a little off in most of the places I visited today. Also brown foam and bubbling water in some areas.

Anyone else experience water clarity issues today?

I couldn't get on any fish.


Anybody know what that brown foam and bubbling water is ? Last time I was there saw lots of it everywhere.


Reminded me of being on a lake in Florida where the wind had blow hard for days and foam for as far as you could see.



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Re: Fork Water Condition Question [Re: David Burton] #12510293
11/20/17 03:19 PM
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Fished yesterday and the water clarity was great in most areas. The fishing was great also.

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