Brett Roper


Local outdoors columnist

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The summer fishing season will soon be off and running.

This year it may appear sooner than expected. Walleye are starting to bite in Willard Bay. Bass are moving towards their spawning beds. River flows will soon start to drop and clear, making them easier to wade and fish. Lakes that support trout are warming, causing midges and damsel flies to head to the surface an emerge as adults. These events occur every year, but a change in timing is due to a multiyear drought.

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