Downsize when cold fronts move in
Last week we talked about late fall season adjustments that included focusing mostly on jigging or rigging. One obvious adjustment we have to be aware of is the frequency of cold front conditions as the weather transitions toward our winter period. We can get a cold front on top of cold front, and the fish do change to a more neutral to negative attitude with feeding. Overall they "bulk up" for winter, but the cold fronts may slow feeding down or make the bite window a little shorter.
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