Originally Posted by jmelrod
I really just check the pressure and the trends. In fact I bought a watch with just that function, but it went out on me.....waiting on a replacement now.
So I will have to depend on the news.
So what have you seen to be ideal?
Originally Posted by ChemEAngler
Never have used any of the moon phases or fishing tables. In every season other than Spring, I try to be on the water the first cloudy day after a series of sunny days. I have found that the fish are less spooky and more willing to eat when I get this situation. This is just my experience, and I am sure others will vary.
Do you use the weather channel's predictions as far as weather goes for that? So if I see 3 days of sunny weather, and then a partially cloudy or cloudy day, I should do well?