When these high pressure fronts come through it usually messes up the fishing. If the pressure is rising greater than .02 inches per hour the fishing is tough. If the pressure gets up around 30.4 the fishing is tough. The changing winds during the transition of the front really indicate the instability of the pressure system and it's tough until it stablilizes in one direction. The good thing is these pressure systems often move out quicker than predicted by weather channel models.
Also, the changes in pressure have less of an effect in deeper water.
Side Note: Usually "when the pressure is high the fish don't bite" is how the saying goes especially if it shoots up before a weather system comes in.
I find this true in just about all water bodies.
Have really never done all that good on the day of a front or the next day after.