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Lunar Eclipse

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I went out fishing on Wednesday to a spot that had been producing well and on a consistent basis just days and even weeks before. I sat there for quite awhile and didn't even mark a fish. My buddy and I decided to drill a decent amount of holes around the area with a hand auger, as not to spook any fish. We couldn't find them anywhere in the vicinity so we hit up a few other areas of the lake that had also previously been producing and couldn't find fish anywhere! We nearly swiss cheesed up the whole lake! There really wasn't a dramatic change in temperature or any other factors that I can think of. Could this have been because of the lunar eclipse?? Did anyone else get anything on Wednesday evening? Please tell me it's not because I'm a horrible fisherman!

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It's not because you're a horrible fisherman. grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

But the eclipse likely had no impact on fishing.

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