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Is high pressure or low pressure better for fishing?

Asked: Guillaume Delair, Last Updated:

Rising pressure will trigger some activity, and fish activity will be something in between normal and high pressure. However, the best barometric pressure for fishing is falling pressure, before a storm.

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  • Do catfish like freshwater drum?

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