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#11851826 - 09/27/16 10:46 AM Test your skill just for fun
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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 .

sarcastic frkazoid lol_2

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.


Edited by brucevannguyen (09/27/16 01:47 PM)

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#11851980 - 09/27/16 12:14 PM Re: Test your skill just for fun [Re: brucevannguyen]
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#11852111 - 09/27/16 01:29 PM Re: Test your skill just for fun [Re: brucevannguyen]
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I think since the north wind just started, the bite will be slow. I think the bite would pick up by the weekend, but might not be at the same place from last weekend. smile
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#11852125 - 09/27/16 01:40 PM Re: Test your skill just for fun [Re: brucevannguyen]
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OK guys y'all know I was bull chitting about only reporting to guys that are guessing. I'm gonna put in a report. Hope we all shed a little info about the front and its impacts on bites and on fish behaviors so that no one would waste thier time on a bad condition days even though they got a real bad itch. Save their gas and time for another day. Stay home and watch Youtubes of peoples catching fishes. Ha!! loco_2


Edited by brucevannguyen (09/27/16 01:44 PM)
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#11852138 - 09/27/16 01:49 PM Re: Test your skill just for fun [Re: brucevannguyen]
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The north wind will slow the bite. I don't even bother to go with a north wind. A calm day can be almost as bad.

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#11852158 - 09/27/16 01:58 PM Re: Test your skill just for fun [Re: brucevannguyen]
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Registered: 09/11/16
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The forecast shows steady conditions for the next week or so. The fish will adjust in a few days and since they are ambush feeders, they will be looking for new ambush points that may or may not be in the same areas where they were. Scouting as always will find them and if the water temperature cools, I'll predict a more aggressive bite.
As always, you can't catch them unless you go. Good luck to all!

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#11852181 - 09/27/16 02:12 PM Re: Test your skill just for fun [Re: beltonbill]
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Originally Posted By: beltonbill
The north wind will slow the bite. I don't even bother to go with a north wind. A calm day can be almost as bad.


I think we might have a winner here.


Edited by brucevannguyen (09/27/16 02:16 PM)
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#11852231 - 09/27/16 02:38 PM Re: Test your skill just for fun [Re: brucevannguyen]
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I think this weekend will be fine and starting tomorrow it should be picking up Topwater will improve as the water cools...........then the lake will turn over (2 weeks of bad fishing)which is when you stay home and reline all your gear and fix all the things on your boat you just didn't have time too
Then mid November it gets crazy good

At least thats what I believe

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#11852474 - 09/27/16 05:06 PM Re: Test your skill just for fun [Re: brucevannguyen]
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I go anytime I get a chance to fish. But if I don't do any good, I'll just blame it on the weather.. lol
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#11852499 - 09/27/16 05:16 PM Re: Test your skill just for fun [Re: brucevannguyen]
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#11852521 - 09/27/16 05:37 PM Re: Test your skill just for fun [Re: brucevannguyen]
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#11852537 - 09/27/16 05:43 PM Re: Test your skill just for fun [Re: brucevannguyen]
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#11852920 - 09/27/16 09:14 PM Re: Test your skill just for fun [Re: brucevannguyen]
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I will let you know tomorrow night how we did, showing west wind here at 6 mph with change coming later in the day, looking for an aggressive bite compared to last trip. We shall see.
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#11852981 - 09/27/16 09:33 PM Re: Test your skill just for fun [Re: lenahorse]
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That's great lenahorse!! We compare notes everyone benifits. All I needed to know is how are these fish reacting to a whole week of northern winds.
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#11853141 - 09/27/16 11:16 PM Re: Test your skill just for fun [Re: brucevannguyen]
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I've kept a log book on trips for over 20 years now, my experience is 2nd day after front is beautiful cool,calm weather. Nice day to be on water, but till the wind starts back from the south, the bite is suppressed. We are supposed to have another front pass us on Thursday to Friday, so I predict weekend will be poor. I will try to fish just ahead of the front and see if they have gone back on the feed yet. I tried the umbrella rigs as you instructed, and found them to be a bit of a chore to keep up with, did box a two man limit of whites though. Thanks for sharing your brain Bruce.-Mike
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