Musky America Magazine April2023 Edition

barometric pressure giving you false reading for results on what works and what doesn’t. If you’re not interested in trying anything new but simply want to take advantage of the weather conditions that Mother Nature is giving you, the best time for fishing will be when the weather is rapidly going downhill and deteriorating – in other words when the pressure is falling. Not only will the fish be apt to feed on anything, but they’ll be on the move, too. You’re likely to slam all kinds of fish, even those that are larger and predatory in nature and are less unaffected by changes to their swim bladders. However, if you know how to fish in all kinds of conditions, there’s nothing to say that you can’t make lemons out of lemonade and fish in times of both high and low (or even changing) barometric pressure, too. It’s simply a matter of knowing what techniques work well in these conditions – and what works well for the fish, too! Share this cheat sheet & guide with a fellow angler