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Fishing in April is typically feast or famine: Either you can slay the fish because the conditions are perfect, or you won’t be able to buy a bite because of high, muddy, cold water.
Cold water colored brown by runoff is one of the toughest fishing conditions in spring. Rains that muddy the water improve fishing from mid-February to mid-March because the run-off is usually warmer than the lake’s water. The increase in water temperatures pushes large bass and sunfish into shallow, warmer water.
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