How To Plan Better Fishing Trips In The Summer (1 Simple Tip)
What are fish looking for when it gets really hot in the summer?
When water gets extremely hot, dissolved oxygen levels get low, so fish move to find cooler water with more oxygen.
So when you’re fishing in the summer, if you want to find the fish, first find cooler water.
Some ways to do that include:
- Looking for wind-blown shorelines
- Looking for deeper water
- Fishing near passes and inlets
- Fishing early in the morning
- Looking for areas with lots of current
- Fishing after a rainstorm
But in this video, I’m going to give you a simple tip to plan your fishing trips and maximize some of the above factors.
I’ve used this strategy a lot this summer and it’s helped me have great mornings on the water with loads of fish.
Check it out below.
Simple Tip To Plan Better Summer Fishing Trips [VIDEO]
When you’re planning your summer morning fishing trip, check the weather the night before.
If you notice it’s raining in a particular area and the wind is blowing from the west, then fish the western-facing shorelines there the next morning.
The wind and rain that have been hitting that area all night will cool off the water there more than other areas, so the fish there are more likely to be active.
You can also use the opposite of this strategy in the winter.
If there’s been a wind blowing from the west all night, cooling down the water, then fish the eastern-facing shorelines the next morning because the water is likely to be warmer there.
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