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More spawning grounds after floods

Posted by Joe Lategan on Tuesday, November 2, 2010, In : Spawning conditions 
One of the many goods that follow major flood periods are the fact that the heavy down flows have washed enormous amounts of silt built up that started covering rocks or favorable spawning habitat away. The mudfish could already be seen spawning more prolific than the previous years and the largemouth yellowfish are feeding like mad as a result. Simularly will the smallmouths and no doubt the largemouths have more spawning habitat.Interesting times await us!
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Why is my fishing not so hot anymore?

Posted by Joe Lategan on Thursday, October 28, 2010, In : Thermal characteristics and fishing conditions. 
Water temperature and fishing 1 macro.

 
Why is my fishing spot (pool) not so hot after the floods?

Recreational fishermen have for long participated in management and conservation of fish ...specifically because they mostly have a pool they call “my pool”. This could be a stretch of water ranging from 20 meters to 10 kilometres within a reserve or fishing resort, or a specific fishing spot along the banks of a major lake or dam. Now the contrary is also true in that many fishermen (sports f...

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