I know a lot of you guys pay attention to all the details related to fishing like barometric pressure,wind directions,moon phases,dates that aligned, etc...
So reason I ask is we are seing North wind rolling in this entire week. Barometric pressure is a little over 30". What will it do to the bites. Will it slow down the bites? Will the pattern changes. Will the fish be where they were last week?
I plan on doing just that this weekend. To find answers and will only put in a fishing report to guys that put in their efforts putting in their guess or for the already pro fisherman guys their answers. Thanks. Just for fun .
My guess is fish has to eat. For the last four trips I gutted and check their stomach contents. Empty,nothing inside any of those fish. I think they are alway's hungry and would still feed with the right bait and the right presentation. Now don't get me wrong I've seen blue bird skies days where I couldn't even catch enough fish to take home for dinner, but I think this front is too weak,my balls is still sweating from staying and working out side. I don't think it makes any differnces. I am no pro to tell anything. Still learning. I'll gladly excepted it if my guess is wrong. Like I said,Just for fun!! A learning experiences for all.