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barometric pressure

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Can the pressure indicate what depth the fish will be in? For example, the barometer read 29.8 and the walleye bit in 16.5 fow. Next day the barometer read 29.4 and the fish bit in 27 fow.Is there a connection or am traveling on a dead end street?

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If it were that easy we would have figured it out by now.

Several things come into play that affect fish, not just

barometer. Not all the fish do the same thing at the same time.

The one thing that I have found that works quite often, but

not always, is to pay attention to whats going on, keep your

eyes glued to your electronics and fish the individual fish

where ever they appear in the water column. Playing cards

and going on walk-a-bouts decrease the number of fish you will

catch. (however, many many limits are caught using this method).

Like Charlie Kasberger says at River Bend Resort says when you

ask him where the fish are biting, he says "in the lake, keep

your bait wet and you will catch em".

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