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What Temps?

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Can you guys tell me at what temps do walleye,crappie,pike,bluegill,and white bass start to put on the feed bag?Thanks in advance. Keep setting hook.

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Not exactly sure what you mean by your question, but I'll tell ya that fish feed all the time. This does not mean however that every school will feed all the time, but somewhere within any given lake, there will be a school on a feeding frenzy, the trick is finding that school. As far as temps go, rising temps affect the fishes metabolisim which cause them to feed more aggresively. At the same time, falling temps signal a need to feed because the fish realize food will soon become scarce. Maybe some of you biology types can shed some light on "exact" temps, if there are such numbers.

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What Iwas trying to get at was,I fish southern Mn and at certain temps the crappies turn on.If it's to cold they bite slow,but when the water hits a certain temp they realy fire up.I'm wondering if all the other species also follow this rule,if so what are the temps?I believe it has to do with the spawn also.Thanks again.Keep setting hook.Dave

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