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Do cold fronts ruin fishing?

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So, when a cold front arrives, the change feels even bigger. “It still affects the fish, no matter what season you get a cold front,” Hartman said. “But you get a 20- or 30-degree drop in air temperature during summer, and that's huge. Definitely in the warmer months [a cold front] hurts the most.”

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