and what influence does alcohol play on catch rates - more than air pressure you really need to change your hangover picture - its all I think about when I see it. (Think you posted it was a day after photograph of a heavy drinking session)Low pressure = clouds and less light. Makes a difference to me on clear water natural venues.
I have hereditary dark circles is all I will say. Though I must have been drunk to post my pic...and what influence does alcohol play on catch rates - more than air pressure you really need to change your hangover picture - its all I think about when I see it. (Think you posted it was a day after photograph of a heavy drinking session)
Have noticed this a few times on a couple of venues we fish especially if that sudden change coincides with stormy/rainy weather...I don't think it's pressure itself but rapid changes that put fish off the feed. I have experienced a day when a rapid pressure change switched the fish off feeding like switching off a light.
I have read this is linked to the change affecting the swim bladder and it taking time for the fish to adapt.
You are just better at fishing than the rest of us !My largest Teme Barbel of 13lb 4oz and the two 8's caught the same day with it came "sight fishing" from a gin clear low river in the middle of Summer, the sun was blazing, sky's were clear and the temperatures had been mid to high 20s for over a week.
All of the conditions that contradict the normal advice given.
Yes using the conditions should be to your advantage but fish need to eat and they will do so when they want to and not when we think they should.