Fishing is one of those topics where just about everyone has more than their two cents worth when it comes to advice. Whether it’s the proper gear to wear, the spots to go and avoid, there is no shortage of information. For this blog, we’re going to focus on weather conditions.
Let’s start with the wind which plays a role as it will push water and surface food away from the shore, in many cases. Certain types of fish such as baitfish will move along to where the food is, which means it could prove trickier to catch the fish if conditions are windy and the bait isn’t “staying still”.
Fish are quite in tune with the fluctuations of Mother Nature. Many of them may feed voraciously several hours before a cold front is set to appear. The feeding will typically slow down if a storm has touched down as well as once the storm has passed. Following a cold front, there may not be much fish activity.
The idea of getting wet may not sound appealing but fishing during this time is great. The rain assists with breaking up the view that the fish have via the water surface.
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