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Dahitman44

good days and bad days??

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Fishing has been pretty good lately but I went out last night and was shut out. Not a bite.

Is this a pressure thing? was the pressure wrong or the moon? Just trying to learn more about when eyes bite and when they don't. Nobody else was out either so maybe that was a sign?

BTW -- do you guys follow the prime feeding times? I noticed it was close to right on this fall -- any idea what site has that information.

thanks

Hitman

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Last night was slower for me, but I still caught some fish. A full moon will make the "lowlight" periods last longer and spread the bite out, it may last all night on some lakes. When this happens you will not experience that "power hour" right at sunset but will see slow but consistent action all night. This was the case for me last night.

As far as the prime feeding time tables, pressure, cold front, moon phase, ect. is concerned, I just say get out there and fish, use anything you can to your advantage, but don't stay home because a chart tells you it will be tough fishing.

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No I would not stay home --

Just wondering if people use those charts a lot and if they make a big difference in their fishing.

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No I would not stay home --

Just wondering if people use those charts a lot and if they make a big difference in their fishing.

thanks

I go fishing when I can. Regardless of what a chart says, they're always biting somewhere.

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