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Morning fishing is more popular during July heat

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By Jeffrey Weeks, Fishing Correspondent

n Heat takes a bite out of inshore fishing but fish remain to be caught
The rising heat has taken a bit of a bite out of inshore fishing as we have entered July, although there are still fish out there to be caught, especially in the morning. The high temperatures coupled with the threat of afternoon thunderstorms bear watching by those on the water. For now, morning fishing is popular and less is going on in the heat of midday.


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