Lake turnover occurs when there is a drastic change in weather and is commonly noted with the very hot water in the summer begins to cool in the spring. Lake turnover occurs when the layers of water with noted temperature differences begin to mix together and the water and debris that has been sitting at the bottom of the lake begins to mix with the layers of water above it.
This has dramatic effects on fishing and especially catfishing since catfish spend much of their time feeding in the lower portion of the water column.
In this video we take an in depth look at lake turnover and how to effects catfishing, what causes it, how to recognize when the lakes are turning over and more.
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