Will fish bite in cold weather?

Asked on near Montgomery, TX
Topics: AnimalsFishInvertebrates, Vertebrates, Weather, Meteorology


Darla Steagall


Payton Seckel

It depends on what type of fish it is. The redfish, trout, kayak, and snook fish, are all fish that DO bite in the winter.

Catherine Monteza

They will bite, but it will be slower. If you are fishing with lure's you will want to change to vertical lure's such as jigs or spoons. If you are using live bait in galveston you will have to get on the fish as they are lethargic and won't travel as far or expend as much energy to eat. I would recommend live shrimp or cut bait

Carrie Laurent

They will bite, but it will be slower. The weather and moon play a very big role in why fish bites.

Bryan Leyva

Yes, fish will bite in cold weather. Bass will bite in cold water.

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