We all seem to agree that the UK weather is somewhat changeable.
But I've never really understood what weather is ideal for coarse fishing.
Earlier @Silverfisher posted that "still, overcast and warm" was ideal fishing weather for him. Is that broadly correct?
Sounds good to me but has anyone asked the fish?
My fellow club members often blame the weather for their lack of catches.
"Too warm" "Too cold" "Too much rain" "Not enough rain" "Air pressure too high" "Air pressure too low".
Ideal for the fish is generally considered to be low pressure, overcast/rainy with a decent (preferably) South Westerly breeze.
Zactly what happened here about half an hour ago. One minute I was banging in pegs to get a level for the new shed the next minute I was soaked to the skin.How weird
clear skies, no clouds and we have just had an epic shower, proper hoofed down with big fat heavy drops for a ten minutes or so,
I thought we’d skipped autumn and gone straight to winter, the way the weather is, I think I might emigrate to get away from all the brits , constantly moaning “ it’s too hot “, when in reality it’s notAutumn coming......lovely jubbly as I hate the heat (even UK heat !)............Lets hope the Wye gets a good flush through and the Barbel feeding in a few days but hopefully this is not the beginning of Noahs Ark levels of water we had all last Winter !......
In my case I think I dislike the heat due to the additional "padding" that seems have grown on me over the last 10 years...I`m sure I used to enjoy warmer weather when I was a stick insect many moons ago.... wonder how the change in weather will affect FISHO ?I thought we’d skipped autumn and gone straight to winter, the way the weather is, I think I might emigrate to get away from all the brits , constantly moaning “ it’s too hot “, when in reality it’s not