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Sunday, July 14th, 2024

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Sunday, July 14th, 2024

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Sportsmen Since 1967

Here’s how to make the most of fishing during the dog days of summer

Glenn Sapir poses with one of several large northern pike he and a friend boated during an afternoon outing in the midst of the torrid dog days of summer. Taking advantage of cool water temperatures can be the key to summer success, as Sapir and his friend did when they fished over springs. (Photo by Tom Carpenter)

We are in the midst of the dog days of summer, when the weather is uncomfortably hot and humid. For me, that means fishing in early morning or late evening, when the waters are at their coolest and torrid sunshine isn’t beating down, raising beads of sweat to the surface of my skin.

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