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not considering water temperature-yous guys are so on the right track- it all starts with the bottom of the food chain, low pressure conditions allow the planktons to come off of the bottom to get sunlight penetration they need to function where ever that is, everythig else follows-bite can be high in the water colum and not necessarily shallow, but in high pressure, clear and sunny days, planktons get the sun penetration deeper and stay deeper there is alot more water to consider, better odds going deeper and slower, I cant tell a .05 difference, but if there is and upslope low pressure metro Denver condition or that first snow in October someting is aggressively feeding. Why are those schools of shad floppin all over the surface at night?
 

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in general- when you get a storm of some or just some good cloud cover barometric pressure falls or is low, then it moves past and you get very clear conditions, pressure rises or is high, just like afishman's experience suggests, not considering air or water temperature, just pressure, but the fish gotta eat sometime regardless of conditions, just can use it as a tool to start somewhere.
 
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