So far our winter has been easy: No frosts, no unreasonably cold stretches and no crazy water temperature drops. With our last cold front, the water dropped down to 63 degrees for a couple of days and then steadily climbed right back up to the mid 70s with a few weeks of 80-degree weather. That warm weather held its pattern for a while, but now we’re back into cooler weather. It also won’t be here for long.
Winter fishing is much more predictable and easy when we’re not going from hot to cold and high pressure to low pressure every three days like we did last winter. And while that is a good thing during the winter, you always worry about it biting you in the hindquarters come summertime. If the water stays warm all winter, it will only get that much hotter during summer.
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