It’s always tricky to accurately determine the moment a front will hit, as just about weatherman will attest. Any experienced angler knows that he or she should not plan their fishing trip around these fronts, but since all anglers closely monitor the weather, it’s wise to try and plan fishing trips just prior to the moment a warm or cold front is expected.
In most cases, the two to four hours before a front is about to arrive are considered ideal times for fishing. However, it’s also possible to enjoy a great fishing trip during a rainstorm, provided the weather isn’t too violent.
To highlight an example of ideal—or so not ideal—weather conditions for fishing, let’s take a brief look at bass. Bass activity is generally poor immediately after a cold front. Gamefish tend to go into a feeding frenzy of sorts when a mini front approaches. Though there is no concrete evidence to determine why it’s believed that fish may be able to perceive barometic pressure changes just prior to the arrival of a storm and, therefore, go on a feeding binge to account for less than ideal feeding conditions following the passage of a front.
Have you noticed any ideal weather conditions when out fishing?
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