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Discussion in 'All Catfishing' started by cicnolo, Jun 25, 2007.
has anyone ever noticed a difference during so called "PRIME HOURS"?
Yes, for the most part they hold true. I would say they are accurate about 80% of the time!!!
When fishing flatheads and looking over a solunar table, I used to pick any nights that were within 3 days before, during and after the full and dark moons. I don't bother with the exact hour or so that they claim will have the best bite. Rather the night as a whole, because flats on the prowl will hit anything in their path once they start out. Now, any night I can go is good enough for me. If I pick the correct spot I'll catch fish. If I don't I won't. Look more towards structure and habitat first, then worry about moon phase. If you are fishing in an area that has no fish, no amount of hooplah from a magazine is gonna help.
i have noticed a slight difference back east, but out here, when the flats are out and feeding, i can catch them all night long. most people say they dont hit well after 10 pm but i have caught them all night long, with runs about every 20 minutes or so.