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Fishing after a cold front is tough. There are some things you can do that will improve your odds. Try these tips and you should be able to catch fish even if there are bluebird skys, high pressure and little activity. Adapt them to the places you fish and see if they help.
Catching  Bass After A Cold Front

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October 5, 2006 at 10:42 am
(1) Kevin says:

Good information on bass fishing after cold fronts. There is one situation where the fishing actually improves after a cold front for bass….Yes, I said it improves. Cold fronts usually move in after a big rain. If this is the case, find an area where there is a spillway. Ponds also have sewers that push out the water from the streets into the pond. These areas are dynamite for catching bass after a cold front. The next day is usually the best, which is during the cold front. Lures will work well, but live night crawlers, minnows and other bait fish will produce excellent results. This will typically be the only spot in the pond or lake with actively feeding bass after a cold front.

October 11, 2006 at 8:16 pm
(2) fishing says:

You are right – any time fresh water is running into a pond or lake is a good place to fish. After a heavy rain lots of earthworms and other food will be washed in by the running water. It might be even better if there is not a following cold front!

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