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recent weather and relation to bass activity

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I went out fishing tuesday night when the storms where suppsosed to roll in to St. Paul. I shore fished and I have never killed the bass befor like this from the shore. I was amazed, I probably caught nine or ten bass with in a half hour to fourty minutes. Two real nice ones and alot of one pounders. I started catching them from places I would never expect. Since I was shore fishing, the lake I was on had a beach that had a bouy perimeter about thirty feet out. It was the bouy kind you see in pools and the water was not very deep. I got tons of bights from around the bouys. Just wondering if you guys think it was the wind or the storm front moving in. I don't know how that stuff works but what ever it was that day it had them going crazy. I always heard that befor a storm fish go crazy but it didn't really storm. It sure felt like it was going to. Whats your guys experience with this?

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My guess is the barometric pressure took a dive in the area. If you felt it, I can guarantee you the fish felt it.

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