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Beaver lake fall top water

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Took my oldest son (3 years) to the lake yesterday for some swimming and fishing. Water was 79 degrees and as it started to get a little later in the afternoon I started seeing some top water action back in the cove. For the most part they where smaller fish chasing shad, but this is usally how it starts in the spring. My little boy was bringing in a small blue gill and I did see a big silver side fish take a swipe at it. You can be sure I had hold of his life jacket after that. I would guess as the water cools to the mid to lower 70's that the top water would increase. The problem would be the same with this spring the water would not stay at that optimal temperature for very long. I will be hitting the lake in the next couple of weeks and will see if any top water striper action develops.

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