Angling and the Weather - Can You Predict Success?
Mark Gaster has developed a free program for anglers that utilizes factors such as: wind, temperature, barometric pressure, water colour and moon phases to predict fishing success.
Mark’s program is based on 12 years of research, during which he has recorded all of the key climactic features and assessed them in relation to fishing for species such as: tench, carp, bream, roach, chub, crucian carp, rudd and big roach.
By carefully recording these conditions, and the fish he has caught over the past 12 years, Mark reckons he has built up a very good record of which conditions suit each species and has calculated the trends that trigger each species to feed.
By putting this data onto a program for ease of use he says that it makes a pretty good tool for doing the calculation for yourself prior to going fishing.
Mark’s system is not-for-profit and if anyone would like to try the program it is available as a free download HERE If you do use it please let us have some feedback!
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