Why Fish Die in Winter

Posted by MNAngler On March - 20 - 2010

I have one final post related to winter before daydreams of open water consume our thoughts.

Earlier this week, the Basspastor pointed his readers toward a great blog post that explained why fish die in the winter. Obviously, fish die because they run out of oxygen. But there are many reasons why the oxygen level in a lake or pond can get too low. The author of the post, Nate Herman, does a great job explaining the causes of low oxygen and what you can do about it. He also explains what “turnover” is and how it affects the fish.

Read the full blog post: Why Do Fish Die in the Winter

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