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Over the past couple months fishing has been out of sight. Lots of huge fish in large quantities. Big schools.. now this week...nada... In your opinion where did the fish go? I have heard that they scattered and that they went up river. I'm guessing the weather made them do something. I'm by no means an expert and would really like to learn. Please commence with the education.
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Over the past couple months fishing has been out of sight. Lots of huge fish in large quantities. Big schools.. now this week...nada... In your opinion where did the fish go? I have heard that they scattered and that they went up river. I'm guessing the weather made them do something. I'm by no means an expert and would really like to learn. Please commence with the education.

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The moon phase affects their feeding habits sometimes the major schools eat at night. Also when the water temperature is around 50 degrees they don't digest food as quick and sleep all day. Anyway it all goes in cycles so next week it will business as usual!
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Thanks for the reply Hothands, I appreciate it.

Anyone else wanna chime in?
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Water temps dropping daily can sure slow the bite down. Its nothing out of the ordinary. Seriously doubt they went up river.

Try switching gears a little and fishing structure instead of roaming that open water. A water temp difference of even 1 or 2 degrees can turn into a hotspot. Shallower structure can be very productive as the sun warms the shallows.

As nice as these high sun and warm days are. They're typically not as productive as the dreary weather we had a few weeks ago anyhow.
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