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Hello everybody, I am brain farting here but last year I read an article that the water quality at Wingfoot Lake in Suffield, Ohio, is questionable during hot times and fishermen and women should not take fish home from this lake. I was wondering did anyone else read that article or was in true? Been hibernating (On lockdown) and would like to start fishing Wingfoot soon. Where can a person find out about water quality because sometime high heat can produce the wrong type of algae which can be bad for fishing. Anyway, thank you for reading, GOOD LUCK FISHING, and GOD BLESS YOU.
 

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Just wash your hands? Lots of other lakes get bad algae and E coli and such.
 

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The water is fine at WF. was there last week.
May get some bloom later in the year, but
your good for now.
 

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It can get the "bad" algae. The state is sensitive to it and has been regularly posting signage when that happens with appropriate cautions/warnings clearly spelled out, at least at the boat ramps. Just read the signs when there and make your own decisions.
 
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