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At what time are fish more active?

Asked: ștefanoiu Lucian, Last Updated:

The morning sun warms shallow waters, which creates comfortable water temperatures for fish and makes them more active. Late morning is a great time for fishing. In the early morning or late afternoon, cooler temperatures and lower light levels allow fish to lurk in the shallows for meals.

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