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I heard on the weather that there is a cold front pushing through Sunday night. Not going to do much other then push the temps down to the low 50's and partly cloud the sky. I've never paid much attention to how weather patterns impact fishing. Is this going to put a damper on my Monday fishing at Boyd?
 

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It really depends what your fishing for a cold front will drop water tempatures so warm water fish will be harder to target. Trout should still be biting. Fish tend to be sensative to fronts and pressure/atmosphere changes, they either make the bite non-existant or drive the fish crazy only way to find out which it is, is to be out on the lake trying to catch them.
 
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