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Do We Get What We Ask For From The fish?
The Challenge Of Cold Weather Fishing

You know how you hear a little bit of this, a little bit of that, an offhand comment in the hallway at a sports show? And how, after a few years, they come together somehow to form a link? For all of us, fishing is a lifetime study, both fascinating and frustrating.


I am often asked, "when is the best time to fish." Of course, my standard reply is "whenever you get the chance!". Winter fishing is actually one of my favorite times of the year. Many people neglect the winter season in favor of hunting or football, but there is still a lot of good action out there if you know how to fish a winter pattern.


The "Perfect" Fishing Day?
Hot Bait For Hot Weather!

Quite often I am asked about the effects of weather on fishing, but I have come to the conclusion that weather affects fishermen more than it does the fish. Most conditions that make us uncomfortable have little effect on the fish, and the so called " perfect " conditions aren"t always as perfect as they seem.


The water has heated way up the wind is blowing and yes, the fish are still biting! I have heard many weekend fishermen complaining about how slow fishing is. I feel the main reason some of these fishermen are not catching many fish is that they have not adapted to the weather with the fish.


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