Oct. 20 Report - Jordan Lake State Recreation Area

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Steve McMurrayOct. 20 Report - Jordan Lake State Recreation Area

Oct. 20, 2013, Off of Highway 64 Parkers Creek sub-impoundment.

The water temperature is currently 71 degrees, and fishing conditions are hit and miss. Fishermen can catch all seven game fish at this time, including largemouth bass, crappie, striper, hybrids, bream, catfish and white perch. Visitors can also enjoy birding and observe other wildlife along the park’s twelve plus miles of trails. Tree colors are beginning to change, with slight hints of yellow and orange.

For more information about visiting this location, go to North Carolina State Parks and Visit Raleigh.

Steve McMurray

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