Fish are cold and unstable bodies, so they are extremely sensitive to the weather and the surrounding climate. This also affects the ability to bite if you do not know how to keep the fish suitable.
When the rain is too heavy, the fish will hide deep in the mud in the bottom for shelter. Therefore, it is too heavy for rain to go fishing. The rising water level will create insecurity for their accommodation. When the rain has subsided, it is time for fish to eat very much and very strong, especially bighead fish that eat more brutally. Especially in spring and summer. At this time, fish species are easy to bite.
The rising or falling tide affects the residence as well as how to find their food. Especially in the sea area. At high tide, fish often gather in shallow waters. This is the best fishing time to harvest much. Rising tide also influences the movement of primers and promotes the search for food in coastal fish species. The change of tide, the position time is important for the fisher to determine when fishing is best.
Wind plays an important role because it affects pushing water and food sources floating on the water to the shore to follow. Therefore, if fishing on the coast or a large lake on windy days, you should throw bait in places where there is a chance to gather.
The temperature is very important for fish feeding. For fish it is usually warm weather. They will be easy to move and the right temperature for them to hunt and reproduce. On hot days, fish often move to cool places in deeper waters to reside there. It is best to use bait or bait to catch it early in the morning and late in the afternoon, when the temperature and light are low, the fish likes to walk around to find food.