Weather factors influencing catch of fish
Every angler, especially a beginner asks a question about the best weather conditions for fishing. To determine when the bait will be active and when at all possible to go home without a fish, not exactly easy, even for experienced fishermen. To answer the question will help the knowledge of the dependence of fish behavior in certain running conditions. Knowing such dependencies can be always accurately understand the behavior of fish and to determine the intention to eat in a particular day. Weather also helps the fisherman to know not only about her behavior, but for a good bite.
The main weather factors that influence the result of fishing
The major constraints are:
- the presence of clouds;
- changes in atmospheric pressure;
- the presence of wind;
- the increase or decrease of ambient temperature;
- the presence of precipitation;
- the presence of flow in the habitat;
- the water level in the reservoir and its transparency.
Following, we will discuss each factor separately.
What is the impact of clouds on the bite
It should be noted that the cloud does not affect the behavior of the fish. It only affects the location of fish. In the long days frying fish always tries to find a cool place where the burning rays of the sun will not be able to get it. So she tries to leave in the shade or depth, or to hide in thickets of plants, under the canopy of trees. However, if the warmer days have just begun, then the fish should look warm water in the shallows. She will be there to warm up. The same thing happens in cloudy weather. Fish seek places with warm water.
How does the pressure on the bite
Perhaps this is the main factor influencing the fish catch. Consistently good biting is observed at a constant or gradually decreasing pressure. It is reasonable to ask, why is the slow lowering of the bite increases, and at increase on the contrary disappears. This pattern is explained very simply. The fact that the fish are able to feel the deterioration of weather conditions in which she tries to get a good feed. Conversely, an increase in pressure indicates improving weather, when she will be able to feed and there is no need to rush it.
But the sharp pressure surges worsen the bite, if not it may disappear. This is due to the physiological structure of fish. As we all know from courses in biology, fish have a special air bubbles, which provide buoyancy. With them, the fish may rise to the surface and go in depth, or to take any other position in the water. During spikes, the bubble is no longer able fully to perform its function, so fish is difficult to control the depth. Is considered a sort of disorientation in depth and in space in General.
How does temperature affect the bite
Another important factor in bait fish is the temperature. Temperature and pressure are interrelated factors, i.e. changes in one factor causes changes in another.
Temperature influences on the metabolism and digestion of fish. All fish are cold-blooded creatures, so for better digestion they need heat. Consequently, it will seek out warmer areas of water. But excessive heat it completely discourages appetite. In the heat it is more interested in the shadowy areas of the reservoir, rather than food. In the evening she is ready for breastfeeding, and its activity increases.
It should also be borne in mind that, after extended cold weather, fish will behave differently. It will look for places where the water is much warmer. Therefore, even a slight difference in temperature affects the activity of its bite.
The presence of wind and rain also affect the bite of the fish. However, these two factors, and others, are directly related to pressure and temperature. Precipitation after the heat is always beneficial to the activity of the fish and the bite. The wind in the same way gives either cold or warming.