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What causes fish not to bite?

Asked: Benton Fry, Last Updated:

Once the water temperature gets too hot or cold fish tend to shut down. If the fish aren't biting it may just be too cold or too hot for the fish that you are trying to catch. Or you may just need to slow your presentation and cast directly on them so that it doesn't take a lot of energy for them to grab your lure.

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