How Weather Affects Fishing

Old timers usually have a few choice things to say about the best times to fish. Weather plays a big role in whether the fishing will be good on a given day. Weather Conditions While some weather patterns spell good fortune, other are bad omens for anglers. Fronts As cold fronts move in, they bring higher atmospheric pressure. With high pressure comes sluggish fish who’ll be disinterested in biting. Generally, fish will be sluggish for a few days after a storm moves out. Conversely, warm fronts bring lower pressure and storms, and that means good fishing. Low-pressure fronts will cause […]

Good Fishing Even After a Cold Front

On today’s Lake Toho bass fishing adventure the fishing was hot and heavy. We had a cold front pass thru the area the night before and even though we were fishing right after this cold front we still caught the heck out of fish for the first hour and a half! We couldn’t keep more than 2 rods in the water! The area that we were fishing is a spawning flat and the fish are beginning to load up in these areas. The bass fishing on Toho should get better and better as we move further into the spawning period. […]