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nahtanojc
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Baton Rouge
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Bass fishing and cold fronts


More so a saltwater enthusiast than freshwater, but want to try and catch some bass around B.R. soon.

With the cold (cool) front that came in this weekend, would it still be worthwhile trying to wet a line tomorrow? I know bass fishing tends to heat up a bit before a front, but that the couple days after are usually slow. Didn't know if the front we had was enough to pull them into that pattern.

Thanks!







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ToulatownTiger
Southeastern LA Fan
Louisiana
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re: Bass fishing and cold fronts


Im gping in about 30 minutes. Water came up last night, when it goes out bass frickeeeeed





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ToulatownTiger
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re: Bass fishing and cold fronts


Double post


This post was edited on 10/19 at 12:41 pm


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The Last Coco
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Member since Mar 2009
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Usually it takes fish about 24 hours to acclimate to the increase in pressure after a front. Tomorrow afternoon would be the time to go if that's an option.





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ShubutaMS
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bump, curious as to others opinions. mine is like the above poster. slows the for around two days. immediately after is pretty terrible IMO





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aVatiger
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Bar Harbor, MN
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quote:

Usually it takes fish about 24 hours to acclimate to the increase in pressure after a front.


this + good BP,(barometric pressure),= $$$






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nahtanojc
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Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2006
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Thanks for the advice- we're going to head down for some salt action in the morning and may hit some fresher water later that afternoon and see if we can't wrangle in some bucketmouths.





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Palo Gaucho
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Fronts do affect the bite, but usually to a lesser extent this time of year. As the water cools in the fall bass become more active.





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USMC_ Skeeter
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Faubourg
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The shad are spawning again for its worth... they like creeks for spawning maybe target that for a little luck





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