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Bad Weather, Good Bass

You’ve probably heard plenty of stories about how the weather changes fishing. It might be wind, it might be rain — someone always has a reason why it’s good or bad on the water. But Wild Side Guide Joey Monteleone has done a lot of fishing in weather where most of us wouldn’t even think about going out. And he says a cold, rainy fall day slows the fisherman down a lot more than it does the fish. From show #2407.

 

 

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