COLD WEATHER FLY FISHING FOR WARM WEATHER SPECIES - Bob Boese - March 8, 2010
COLD WEATHER FLY FISHING FOR WARM WEATHER SPECIES
Yesterday the temperature was in the 60s and the fish were biting. Of course, the Gulf Coast doesn?t have winter, not really. Average temperatures for January-February are in the 60s with lows in the 40s. Not exactly electric socks cold. But when the weather dips toward the few days below 40 we get each year, water temperatures put bass, crappie and bluegill into slow motion.
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