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Fishing by the Barometer #12817305
07/05/18 07:07 PM
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FishingGuy Offline OP
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Do you guys look at this? Does it impact crappie? Interesting article below. Says low pressure makes fish uncomfortable and not want to bite. Fish with big bladders relative to body size are most uncomfortable because low pressure makes their bladder swell. The article says below 30 in is low. Where can you get barometer pressure forecast?

https://weather.com/sports-recreation/fishing/news/fishing-barometer-20120328

Re: Fishing by the Barometer [Re: FishingGuy] #12817321
07/05/18 07:32 PM
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JMO and I know many will disagree but here goes.

Pressure doesn't mean anything other than where the fish will be located. High pressure tends to concentrate fish in cover and low pressure tends to make the fish roam more. As for them biting, they will bite no matter what the pressure is. They still have to eat to stay alive. The higher the pressure the better I like it because it puts the fish where I am looking.



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