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Fall is a great time to catch fish of all species, like this Long Lake largemouth bass. As kids head off to school, the lakes begin to gradually change and fish typically become increasingly active. (Jason Durham / For the Enterprise)

Six items you should have this fall

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Fall is coming. Though it still seems like summer, nighttime temperatures are causing water temperatures to gradually drop. Fall "turnover" hasn't happened, though the process has begun. The decrease in water clarity on many lakes is a result of declining water temperature and a few windy days.

As fall approaches, there are a few things you'll definitely want to have in your boat, tacklebox and overall arsenal that will prove beneficial.

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