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When is the best time to go fishing right now? It will be 45 and sunny tonight, tomorrow morning will be 36 and sunny. When is the best time to fish

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have you been drinking Crusty?

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I'm under minimum drinking age in Crustyville, so no.

1 hour ago, lo n slo said:

have you been drinking Crusty?

 

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I fixed it for you. 

Most of my bigger fish, including the smallmouth in my a avatar, have been caught between 10:00 AM and 2:00 PM.

 

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Personally for me, the best time, is any time you can go.............don't matter the season.

With a job, family, etc...I don't get to pick my spots often. So any time I can go after work, on days off from work, or when I have no family stuff going on I go. I adapt to the conditions I am given that day.

I have some times/conditions I prefer NOT going fishing in, like thunderstorms, extremely cold/wet conditions, or holiday weekends where the boat traffic on the water and at the launch ramp make for less than a good time, but even then, I still often go (except for the thunderstorms)

If you wanna learn something, go fishing when ever you can...............any one can catch them when they are biting, it's who can catch them when they ain't biting good that sorts the good fisherman out from the average Joe's.

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My five biggest bass have been caught at 6:00 am, 6:15 am, 8:00 am, 9:00 am and noon.

The days where I caught the most fish, the heaviest action has happened at all times - morning, mid day & afternoon.

Personally, if I could only fish for an hour or 90 minutes, I would choose daybreak.  The combination of action & less people around is a winner.

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2 hours ago, CrustyMono said:

When is the best time to go fishing right now? It will be 45 and sunny tonight, tomorrow morning will be 36 and sunny. When is the best time to fish

ANYTIME IS THE BEST TIME. 

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Given the weather. I'd say your best opportunity is probably at the warmest part of the day. 

 

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Typically later in the day is best in Fall, early morning can also be good. Go when you can, is my thought. Its Fall, fishing is gunna be sporadic for awhile. But when you hit it on a good day? It can be the best day of the year. When I was younger I'd fish from just before sun-up, til just after sundown in fall, chasing maines smallies. And its not as diffcult as one would think, as the daylight is getting shorter

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2 hours ago, Yeajray231 said:

Given the weather. I'd say your best opportunity is probably at the warmest part of the day. 

 

 

1 hour ago, "hamma" said:

Typically later in the day is best in Fall, early morning can also be good. Go when you can, is my thought. Its Fall, fishing is gunna be sporadic for awhile. But when you hit it on a good day? It can be the best day of the year. When I was younger I'd fish from just before sun-up, til just after sundown in fall, chasing maines smallies. And its not as diffcult as one would think, as the daylight is getting shorter

thanks, this was the information that i was looking for

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Best times for fishing is whenever you have available.Early in the morning, late in the day,and overcast weather are good times to fish as well.

7 hours ago, ww2farmer said:

If you wanna learn something, go fishing when ever you can...............any one can catch them when they are biting, it's who can catch them when they ain't biting good that sorts the good fisherman out from the average Joe's.

So true. Putting in your time wisely is the best teacher and nothing can replace that.I know many bass fishermen that are always complaining how bad the bass fishing is in Florida, yet I always find a way to catch lots of quality sized bass,even on days many would stay home. 

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Just keep a line in the water when you can, you ain't gonna catch anything while your sleeping.

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I like to wait until it warms up a bit in the day when I go fishng in the fall. I go around 11:00 and until 3 or 4. I also spend a lot of time looking for shad in my boat. I don't fish until I find the shad. I played the fishing from memory game way too long before I learned this. 

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27 minutes ago, Bassguytom said:

I like to wait until it warms up a bit in the day when I go fishng in the fall. I go around 11:00 and until 3 or 4. I also spend a lot of time looking for shad in my boat. I don't fish until I find the shad. I played the fishing from memory game way too long before I learned this. 

noticed that you are local to me, do you know if Marsh Creek has shad?

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1 hour ago, hunterPRO1 said:

Just keep a line in the water when you can, you ain't gonna catch anything while your sleeping.

I agree with the line in the water part,but you can definitely hook a fish while your sleeping.Have fallen asleep while fishing at night in saltwater and what woke me up was the sound of the drag screaming as line is being pulled by the fish.That sound wakes me up better than any alarm clock!

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On 11/4/2016 at 11:17 PM, soflabasser said:

I agree with the line in the water part,but you can definitely hook a fish while your sleeping.Have fallen asleep while fishing at night in saltwater and what woke me up was the sound of the drag screaming as line is being pulled by the fish.That sound wakes me up better than any alarm clock!

haha! 

i guess im wrong then

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It's hard to beat being on the water when the sun rises or the dawn breaks and watching nature wake up even though the fish may not be tearing into your baits....and later watching things calm down as the sun sets is another goodie.   Now ... inbetween times are also a gift from above sooooo.....I guess I like fishing all day.  You never know but when that joy at the end of the line will happen.  

Today is a gift...Tomorrow is an adventure.

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