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June weather makes local fishing difficult

June 20, 2013
By GENE PAUSZEK , The OBSERVER

The weather this June has not been very kind to the offshore fishermen. Strong winds, too much rain and cooler temperatures have prevented a sustained fish bite from developing for most all species. There was a walleye bite developing straight out of the Dunkirk Harbor in about 65 feet of water which has slowed down with the strong north winds. Eagle Bay was another developing hot spot that has been put on hold with changing wind and weather patterns. Here is hoping July will be better.

 
 

 

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