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#11711648 - 07/08/16 08:23 AM WIND... Its effects on the Thermocline and oxygen distribution?
Chris Richardson Offline
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Registered: 04/28/09
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Loc: Athens, Tx
I ran a trip on Cedar Creek yesterday evening despite the extremely windy conditions the last couple of days. The fish were still in the same areas I've been catching them but they acted totally different. I've been catching all of my fish suspended for the last few weeks but none were suspended yesterday evening. They were LOCKED to the bottom and would not come up to hit a bait. This is pattern that I've noticed several times over the years when heavy winds set in. I'm assuming some sort of change occurs in the layers of water due to all the chop but I don't know the science behind it.

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#11711813 - 07/08/16 09:48 AM Re: WIND... Its effects on the Thermocline and oxygen distribution? [Re: Chris Richardson]
DanX Offline
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Registered: 04/19/10
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Loc: Cedar Hill
Thanks for the info Chris! Again great pictures and love to see the next generation doing something we all love! Might have to plan a trip out there soon smile

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#11712813 - 07/08/16 07:03 PM Re: WIND... Its effects on the Thermocline and oxygen distribution? [Re: Chris Richardson]
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Yup! Dynamic Infusion. Lots of O2 being thruster into the column dissolving the oxygen void....but only temporarily. The "cline" will be back soon, lol
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#11712926 - 07/08/16 08:25 PM Re: WIND... Its effects on the Thermocline and oxygen distribution? [Re: Chris Richardson]
ACES82 Offline
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Nice catch buddy. Not to get to far off topic but what kind of rod holder are you using up front?
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#11712935 - 07/08/16 08:33 PM Re: WIND... Its effects on the Thermocline and oxygen distribution? [Re: ACES82]
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Loc: Bullard, TX
Interesting!
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Originally Posted By: ACES82
Nice catch buddy. Not to get to far off topic but what kind of rod holder are you using up front?

Look like BeeReady's to me
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#11712953 - 07/08/16 08:46 PM Re: WIND... Its effects on the Thermocline and oxygen distribution? [Re: Cowboytex]
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Originally Posted By: Cowboytex
Interesting!
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Originally Posted By: ACES82
Nice catch buddy. Not to get to far off topic but what kind of rod holder are you using up front?

Look like BeeReady's to me


That what it looks like to me to.
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#11712974 - 07/08/16 08:54 PM Re: WIND... Its effects on the Thermocline and oxygen distribution? [Re: Chris Richardson]
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BeeReady rod holders.... Love em
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#11712996 - 07/08/16 09:02 PM Re: WIND... Its effects on the Thermocline and oxygen distribution? [Re: Chris Richardson]
ACES82 Offline
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Originally Posted By: Chris Richardson
BeeReady rod holders.... Love em


Thanks. I like how low profile they look on yours. I think I'm gonna mount a couple of the 2 rod holders on each side of mine. Also, do you ever use the side ones for trolling? Do they hold up? Thanks again for the info buddy.
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#11713524 - 07/09/16 10:33 AM Re: WIND... Its effects on the Thermocline and oxygen distribution? [Re: Chris Richardson]
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Good question about the heavy wind and its affect on the fish. I avoid going to the lake when there are heavy winds so I wouldn't know the answer. But I'd like to see some responses from the regs and guides who would know.
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#11713872 - 07/09/16 03:34 PM Re: WIND... Its effects on the Thermocline and oxygen distribution? [Re: Chris Richardson]
dgilbert Offline
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Registered: 05/10/04
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Loc: Lake Granbury
I know the high winds sure changes things up for us, changes patterns all to gather. We catch a lot fewer larger fish, and a heck of a lot of dinks. Example yesterday, caught 70 according to clicker and only 6 decent keepers. I don't know, hard to figure out mother nature.

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#11713901 - 07/09/16 03:55 PM Re: WIND... Its effects on the Thermocline and oxygen distribution? [Re: Chris Richardson]
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The wind is your friend. Dead calm means a skunk
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#11714095 - 07/09/16 06:15 PM Re: WIND... Its effects on the Thermocline and oxygen distribution? [Re: sandjohnny]
dgilbert Offline
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Loc: Lake Granbury
Originally Posted By: sandjohnny
The wind is your friend. Dead calm means a skunk
Johnny


Don't get me wrong Johnny I always like a little bit of wind, but 20-25 is little much like the last couple of days.

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#11715316 - 07/10/16 02:51 PM Re: WIND... Its effects on the Thermocline and oxygen distribution? [Re: Chris Richardson]
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Very interesting point, Chris. Yesterday we marked load of fish on two structure spots on Hubbard. Wind was rough. Fish hugged bottom and would not bite. Saw another TFF near by using baits and he had the same result. We were in 20 to 25ft depth. But early morning yesterday it was windy but the schooling fish were very active . But we were in 10ft or less.

Awesome hobbies and pics BTW smile
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#11715351 - 07/10/16 03:25 PM Re: WIND... Its effects on the Thermocline and oxygen distribution? [Re: ACES82]
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Originally Posted By: ACES82
Originally Posted By: Chris Richardson
BeeReady rod holders.... Love em


Thanks. I like how low profile they look on yours. I think I'm gonna mount a couple of the 2 rod holders on each side of mine. Also, do you ever use the side ones for trolling? Do they hold up? Thanks again for the info buddy.


They work great for trolling. They have a lifetime warranty if you ever manage to tear one up. I haven't managed to do so yet and I use them for my anchors like cleats.
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#11715622 - 07/10/16 06:33 PM Re: WIND... Its effects on the Thermocline and oxygen distribution? [Re: Txmedic033]
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Bee readys are good, just keep them out of the sun when storing or the yellow rubber will blister and get sticky. I put some on my little Jon boat and all 12 of them did it.
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