Danish inshore fishing
By Martin Joergensen
In the spring the near shore water will heat up due to sunshine and warmer air. This water will attract trout that will feed in shallow areas. If the wind blows away from the shore, the newly warmed water will blow out and colder water from the deeper parts of the sea will be drawn in. As long as the shallow water is warmer, the food organisms will be active and attract trout.
When temperatures fall, activity halts and the trout will move. In the early spring when the temperaturs are really low, temperature drops can also mean that the fish will have problems with its osmotic regulation.
Conclusion: Light on shore wind is generally best in the spring.