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In your opinion, is hunting/fishing better before or after a storm front moves through the area?

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  • In your opinion, is hunting/fishing better before or after a storm front moves through the area?

    In your opinion, is hunting/fishing better before or after a storm front moves through the area?

  • #2
    For fishing, just before the front moves in. For hunting, after the front moves in.

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    • #3
      For fishing, definitely before. But for hunting it's not so clear-cut, in my experience. I've had great hunts both before storm fronts and after them, and likewise I've also had poor hunts before and after storms.

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      • #4
        In my opinion, fishing is definitely better before a storm, but as huntfishtrap said, hunting is not as easy to predict. I would say it has a lot to do with the length and severity of the storm for hunting.

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        • #5
          Deer feed heavily before a storm front, but I agree with huntfishtrap, they also feed after a storm front. SO...it's debatable.

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          • #6
            As bad as a fisherman that I am, I have to say during a storm front is when I always seem to do my best. If lightning becomes a bit excessive, I'll reel in for the day. As goofy as it sounds, I think fish can't see what's outside that water so they become more active-feeling more safe. Let's just say I have great raingear, because it shorts and a t-shirt...I don't even get a bite.

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