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Cold weather effect?


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Well as cold as it may get the temp down below stays relatively the same. The big effect is the high pressure system that is bringing in the cold weather. Typically the high pressure makes the fish "scatter" or in other words they won't be schooled up as tight and may not as ready to eat until the pressure stabilizes. Personally I will be looking in deeper water.

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I was out in my portable afterwork yesterday and it was extremely cold.

However the fish were very agressive (crappies).

With my Marcum I could see them shoot off the bottom and hammer my minnow as soon as it dropped about five feet down.

I was fishing in about 15 feet of water and it was extremely cold out. So to answer your question I don't know ! I thought they would stick to the bottom and and only take small baits but they were hot yesterday.

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