Tuesday, September 05, 2006

bass fishing : Peak fishing periods

Peak fishing periods for bass fishing

Peak Days
The sun and the moon are the two major sources of astral energies that daily bombard the earth and all her lifeforms. The closer they are to you at any given moment, the stronger the influence. The day of a NEW or FULL MOON will provide the strongest influence in each month.

Peak Month
June always has more combined sun-moon influence than any other month. During the FULL MOON the sun and moon are nearly opposite each other and very few minutes pass without one or the other being in our sky. During a NEW MOON, both bodies are in near-perfect rhythm traveling the skies together with their forces combined. Because of the interaction between the many lunar and solar cycles, no two days, months or years are ever identical.

Peak Times
When a SOLUNAR PERIOD falls within 30 minutes of sunrise or sunset (weather permitting) you can anticipate very good fishing.

Length of Periods
Fish do not feed all the time. They feed most actively during a SOLUNAR PERIOD. Fish usually feed actively at sunrise and sunset, but generally the real fishing of the day is at the odd hour feeding periods.


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