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Any early signs of turnover on the lake you fish? #14123718 09/09/21 01:48 PM
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Just curious if any early signs with a week of significantly cooler nighttime and morning temps.
Hoping it won't be bad this year, considering our relatively mild summer.


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Re: Any early signs of turnover on the lake you fish? [Re: CCTX] #14124148 09/09/21 06:51 PM
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Saw some signs of turnover on Tuesday but only in two areas of the lake. Seemed a little early but who knows.


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No where near it. Water low 90’s to upper 80’s


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I mowed today, and jumped in the pool after I was done to get the grass off of me. It was cool. The temp has dropped 7 degrees this week.

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Ya, you’re probably looking at late October around here.

Re: Any early signs of turnover on the lake you fish? [Re: CCTX] #14124681 09/10/21 01:32 AM
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Happens earlier than you think. Usually mid late Sept on Rayburn especially north end. I think it happens before you see signs in water quality, bubbles, etc. When bait and big fish get dirt shallow I think it's time.

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I think Naconiche may have already started...


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Does this count? Brandy Branch, I honestly dont know much about deep water, turnover vs thermocline etc.

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Just because the surface temp at Fork may be 88 degrees right now does not mean we are a long way from turnover beginning. If we have a couple nights of cold weather (usually occurs in late Sept) the surface will cool rapidly and begin to sink. This signals the beginning of lake turnover. It does not happen all over the lake at the same time due to the varying depths.



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Originally Posted by Ken A.
Just because the surface temp at Fork may be 88 degrees right now does not mean we are a long way from turnover beginning. If we have a couple nights of cold weather (usually occurs in late Sept) the surface will cool rapidly and begin to sink. This signals the beginning of lake turnover. It does not happen all over the lake at the same time due to the varying depths.



Totally agree....it was 60-62 the past few mornings down here, some areas 58-60. It's been 72-75 pretty consistently. It's happening soon

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Today I noticed a grass lake I fish now has lots of fresh loose grass strands suspended at 8 - 12 feet over 40 fow. Both coon tail and hydrilla. Never seen that before.

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Originally Posted by markson
Today I noticed a grass lake I fish now has lots of fresh loose grass strands suspended at 8 - 12 feet over 40 fow. Both coon tail and hydrilla. Never seen that before.

Sounds like Athens, Monti, or Welsh after a big tournament weekend! roflmao


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Fork on the Northeast arms is full-on turnover of shallow water!
Water is turbid, foamy, and brown around the submerged grass.

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I dont think it will be very long, water temp is cooling, Texoma is 5 degrees cooler in just a week and a half time........

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