http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yuxpYN3tDJ8&feature=c4-overview&list=UUsxNKRbpJK9WZa5-WP4WRtw Focus on fishing the days just before fronts this time of year. When scouting around after big fronts pass and weather gets nice and cozy keep close attention to where some of your nicer trout are coming from because if you go back right before a front hits the trout will go nuts. The last two fronts we have face here in the lake we have hit pay dirt big trout too. The video above is two fronts ago in dense fog and high winds the birds were diving on shrimp with huge trout and reds underneath. This weeks front there were no birds around but we had been catching a few nice trout on the trestle. Some nice some small. Where we had been seeing a handful of 3 plus pounders during the week we made sure to hit just as the front was about to pass through, and boy am I glad we did. We were out there in 15-25mph SW winds tucked in on the south end of trestle with a roaring falling tide and the big trout were going bananas. The most ferocious bight I had seen in about a year. The fish like to gorge themselves when they feel pressures dropping as they know its about to get very cold and waters become unclear. It is a very similar effect to fishing around full moons in the spring time as they gorge themselves in order to lay their eggs. Make sure to come see us when the next front is approaching and hopefully we can relocate the big trout when it this front passes. www.MatrixShad.com
Author: Chas Champagnehttp://matrixshad.com
Capt. Chas Champagne is an avid angler, located in Slidell, LA. Capt. Chas owns and operates Dockside Bait & Tackle and also manufactures his own tackle producing the Matrix Shad fishing lure and the Golden Eye jig heads.