There’s at least a hint of coolness in the mornings for many of us, and the cooler temps will settle in for us all in coming weeks. The air temps aren’t the only thing on the move, however. Those first few cool nights really start to shift the surface temps of our fisheries. As this happens the shad, which have sought shelter from the heat by venturing to deeper and deeper water throughout the summer, now start to surface again as the first 3 or 4 feet of water start to cool.
With Paul Glass
Walking the frog is a fun twist on the old standby. Late summer. Submerged grass has reached its peak, spreading thin-roofed canopies that hide cavernous cavities below as the plants’ roots have died in their own shade. The entire food chain resides within.