Summertime "Cold Fronts" and their effect on

Discussion in 'Flathead Catfish' started by Sunburn, Jul 11, 2007.

  1. Sunburn

    Sunburn New Member

    catfishing?? Okay, I'll admit it, I've been a Baaass Fisherman for a lot of years! But that was before I learned better. ha ha ha. All kidding aside, how do you ya'll feel about the effects of a big cold front on catfishing? Last night the low was 70* here in the Mid Ohio River Valley. Cloudy all day with off and on again rain. Tonight, the clouds are going to be blown out by a north wind and the temp is said to be heading to the mid 50's. Along with the cloud cover leaving, the humidity will drop, and the barometer is going to go through the roof. I know what this is going to do to the bass in the local lakes for a day or three. River bass are somewhat less effected because of the current. But how about the cats? Are they much the same? Will the lake fishing be hurt a little for a while? Will it bother the river catfishing much, if at all? What say all you experts out there?