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Bass Fishing on Overcast Days

Bass Fishing on Overcast Days




      

Bass Fishing on Overcast Days


Bass Fishing on Overcast Days

For a good fishing day it is by no means essential that the sky be overcast. A gray day is a good fishing day undoubtedly, but, in the writer's opinion, a bright, snappy day, with a good ripple on the water, is quite as likely to yield results. A bright, still day in the summer time, when the weather is hot, is no fishing day for the bait-caster. Deep-trolling with live bait is about the only practicable method under such conditions. After the long continuance of a certain sort of weather, bright or dark, dry or rainy, the fishing often falls off and then any change is one for the better. Minor weather changes are not liable to affect the river bass fishing greatly. Running water, the varying conformation of the banks and stream bottom, the fact that due to the many turns and bends of the river the wind affects in a different way different portions of the stream, these and other factors combine to keep the fishing fairly good under nearly all conditions. The stream bass angler, however, has to pay for his immunity from certain nuisances affecting the lake fisherman in the susceptibility of the stream to sudden rises caused either by local rains or rains nearer the headwaters. When the rise is on and before the water has become too high and discolored is a propitious time; it is, however, something in the nature of a psychological moment, for although the fishing may be very good while it lasts, it lasts but a short time. Then it is a case of waiting for the stream to go down.

Camp, Samuel Granger. The Fine Art of Fishing. New York: Outing Pub., 1911. Print.

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