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When water temperatures top 70 degrees it puts added stress on the trout and mortality rates increase dramatically…even if you handle the fish carefully. As the season progresses it is important to take readings with your stream thermometer and seek cooler water early or late in the day when the rivers warm up. Remember that water changes temperature more slowly than air does, so even if the air feels a bit cooler in the evening that doesn’t mean the rivers have had enough time to drop to suitable temperatures.