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Reagan and Kate McCurnin proudly show off the Lake Belle Taine northern pike 6-year-old Kate landed despite a broken arm. While some species, like walleye, tend to decline in activity late in the summer, other species such as northern pike, bass and muskie become more aggressive (Jason Durham / For the Enterprise)

Fish behaviors vary; so do ways to foil them

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The last few weeks of July and the beginning portion of August typically mark what many anglers refer to as the "dog days" of summer.

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