Installing a Surface Thermometer

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  • Pub No.: 7780

The relation of water temperature to successful fishing is one of the newer developments in the sport of angling. Traditionally, good fishing conditions have been linked with local seasonal phenomena, such as dogwood in bloom (when the bass fishing gets good in the South); or, lilac leaves the size of a squirrel’s ear (the time to go fishing for white bass in Wisconsin). Recognizing the limitations of such adages as fishing forecasts, anglers have been turning to a more scientific approach, relating water temperatures with favorable fishing conditions, and seeking out the temperatures that prove to be most productive. This project shows you how to install a remote-reading surface thermometer to take advantage of this knowledge.

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