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#11096840 - 09/11/15 12:11 PM Fishing the Front
Garvin Offline
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Registered: 11/11/14
Posts: 342
Loc: Texas
Well, tomorrow brings a front with clear skies, cooler temps, and higher pressure.
If one were to go fishing tomorrow, what would be your suggestion for approaching a body of water during post frontal conditions?
Small power plant reservoir, long dam with rip-rap, no bridges, lots of timber, little vegetation.
I've read lots of information on the subject, but some good ol' down-home TFF advice is always appreciated.
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#11096896 - 09/11/15 12:38 PM Re: Fishing the Front [Re: Garvin]
BMCD Offline
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Registered: 11/01/02
Posts: 3498
Loc: Katy, Texas US
When fishing Fayette the rocks at the discharge always are good for a few fish. PP lakes are as effected by fronts as non PP lakes. Mild fronts don't really change too much about the fish.


Edited by BMCD (09/11/15 12:40 PM)

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#11097038 - 09/11/15 01:53 PM Re: Fishing the Front [Re: Garvin]
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Loc: Dallas, TX
Cold Front, clear skies, north wind, high air pressure:
Flip as close as possible to cover/timber with trigged worms/craws/creatures, small jigs/small trailers
Small H&H spinner baits, 1/4oz beetle spins, sq bills, rattle traps, shaky head or drop shot at the discharge and around the riprap
Slider rig or split shot rig worm in the vegetation.
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#11097056 - 09/11/15 02:02 PM Re: Fishing the Front [Re: BMCD]
Lil joe Offline
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Registered: 05/30/13
Posts: 2915
Loc: lake conroe, tx
Originally Posted By: BMCD
Mild fronts don't really change too much about the fish.

Ha! I wish that were true. That first little front that came through here about 2 weeks ago put the fish that I had been on all summer on the run. Every since it came through the fish have scattered out all over.


Edited by Joel c (09/11/15 02:35 PM)

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#11097525 - 09/11/15 07:55 PM Re: Fishing the Front [Re: Garvin]
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Registered: 05/25/13
Posts: 383
Loc: Farmers Branch
Flip as close as possible to cover/timber with trigged worms/craws/creatures, small jigs/small trailers.
That's the ticket right there with a front moving through.
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