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They say the colder the better for the night troll on the pond. I guess we are about to find out. 3 of us are leaving in the morning for a 3 day trip on the west side. Is there a limit to the drop in temperature that these fish will take before shutting off? Do you really think the bite will activate even more than it was before? The fishing and reports have been great all year. I hope this is not the one weekend that requires more freezing, looking for fish, freezing, looking for fish, and more freezing than ever. What do you think?

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Was up the day after a cold front came through in September like a 20 degree drop in temp from the day before. It was the best night of fishing that we ever had on the big pond chilly yes but well worth it.

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