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Not to mention that southern largemouth that reside in these shallow grassy lakes quite often react must harsher to weather changes (barometric pressure changes) than northern largemouth do. It's one of the few things that I like better about northern largemouth... they are more resilient to weather changes than southern largemouth are. Now if we get steady rain for a day or more... then the fish really turn on but generally when the pressure first changes and the storms first roll in it can become very hard to convince them to bite... it can be done obviously but man its a pain in the rump.
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