I mean ive been to two separate locations that previously (1-2 weeks earlier, i bluegill fish 2-3 times a week.) produced lots of bluegill for me. yesterday, lots of wind not a single catch. today, lots of wind not a single catch. was there 4 hours today, extremely windy, not a bite or a fish in sight. not one. the wind died out and the last 30 minutes caught them hand over fist. here are my thoughts...
The wind creates waves which screw with the light coming into the water causing odd reflections making it hard to target food... (guess.)
the wind creates such waves that the fish move to deeper water our closer to cover to conserve energy from fighting the waves etc.
neither make much sense though, here is why... There were 3 schools of tiny minnows (50-100 per school) that were being targeted by bass as they were pooling top water. So the current couldnt have been that big of a deal if those tiny fish were okay. And the light cant be too much of a problem since the bass can see them. So i dunno! lol