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#11863388 - 10/03/16 10:39 PM How Do you Fish Cold Fronts?
Laker One Offline
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Registered: 07/03/11
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Loc: San Antonio TX
I have been fishing for sunfish for about four years now and I am just starting to get pretty good at fishing on days before and after a front arrives. How many days before and after a front arrives is the best bite based on your experience? Also what time of day based on your experience is the best bite during the fall months. Morning,Afternoon,or evening? hmmm

#11863477 - 10/04/16 05:16 AM Re: How Do you Fish Cold Fronts? [Re: Laker One]
banker-always fishing Online   content
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Registered: 07/12/10
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Loc: Universal City Tx.
I fish a couple of days before the fronts and the day right before the front. I also fish two and three days after the fronts. I do pretty good during both periods. thumb

Side Note: The strength of the cold front also plays a BIG factor! Also after the first major cold front the Rio bite for the most part is over! eeks

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#11882450 - 10/15/16 08:59 PM Re: How Do you Fish Cold Fronts? [Re: Laker One]
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I usually fish anywhere from 2 to 3 days ahead of a front and three to four days after a front! Do better after the front has blown through.

#11886502 - 10/18/16 05:48 AM Re: How Do you Fish Cold Fronts? [Re: Laker One]
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I have had a good time a day or two before the front and I don't try again for at least two days after it has been over, when the wind turns back out of the south it's time to go.
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