The role of changing weather

Discussion in 'All Catfishing' started by smhmc6, Mar 30, 2007.

  1. smhmc6

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    I know that changing weather has alot to do with good fishing. Actually I think I've heard that changing pressure is actually what triggers a feeding frenzy. Last night there was a front that came in and I hammered the channels. Today me and a buddy went out and fished in the rain for a couple hours and after for a while too. Got a few bites but no takers. When we were sitting in the rain we were discussing what causes this. Is it the changing pressures? We weren't sure, what does cause the change in feeding behaviors... and also, why? As we were talking about it I guess I just got more and more curious. I would like to know what changes are the best times to fish... but I also would love to know why. Anyway, with the wealth of knowledge on this site, I'm sure I'll have my answer in no time... thanks brothers.