Weather conditions affect not only people, but also the vital functions of all living organisms, such as fish, for example. In this article you will find out what favorable weather is for fishing, and under what weather forecasts it is better to stay at home.
Fish are able to anticipate changes in weather conditions. For example, before the weather worsens, a catfish jumps out onto the surface of a reservoir, as if warning everyone around about the danger.
Apparently, fish are so closely connected with nature that they are able to anticipate all changes and quickly adapt to them.
Unfortunately, there is no single exact answer to the question: “What is the best weather for fishing?”
At very high temperatures or in cold weather, the fish is inactive and reluctant to be lured.
Fishing in rainy weather is ambiguous: some types of fish go to the depths and it is almost impossible to catch them, while others, for example, trout, on the contrary, become less vulnerable and easy to catch.
In cold and cold weather, carps also peck badly, but pike or perch do not react to such weather changes, improvement or deterioration of their fishing is not detected.
Signs of natural conditions
For fishing, general signs of natural conditions can be distinguished: there is no wind or it does not reach large gusts, there are no waves and even ripples on the surface of the reservoir, it is hot, there are no clouds in the sky, it would seem good conditions for humans, but for fishing, on the contrary, unfavorable.
But for successful fishing, cloudy weather is suitable, with light rain, a weak gust of wind, and little noticeable waves on the water. Then the catch will be great.
Many people will wonder why rain and wind are needed? The answer is very simple, rain provides water with oxygen, which is vital for fish, and the wind, like a mixer, mixes the water, thereby dissolving oxygen in the reservoir.
Waves also play an important role, they wash the worms from the bottom of the reservoir. And the fish rushes there to refresh themselves. It is important here how the bottom of the reservoir is formed, if by silt, then worms live there, but if there are stones, then they are not, in addition, there will be no vegetation in the rockiness, which indicates the absence of some species of fish, for example, bream.
Wind direction is also important, east and north winds do not contribute to a good catch.
Because the east wind brings dry and hot weather, and the north wind, on the contrary, is cold, which is unbearable for many fish.
This article provides only general recommendations related to weather conditions, according to which fishermen are guided, for sure, each of them will have their own signs.
Experiment, it all depends on your persistence and chance.