Wind, summer

Danish inshore fishing

By Martin Joergensen

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In the summer the water can get so hot that the trout will be having problems living in it. On the other hand, the high temperatures can mean that a lot of food organisms will be moving, and tht creates an attraction for the fish. Wind blowing off shore will sweep out the warm surface water and draw in colder water from the deep. This replenishes the water for the trout, but does not disturb the food organisms, and the trout will follow the colder water in. Current not related to the wind can have the same effect.

Conclusion: Off shore wind is generally best in the summer.

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