think this is a topic that can go either way. In one of my Bassin
magazines there was a topic, sunny or overcast. Proffesional anglers
were asked what weather they liked to fish in. It was 50/50. I
personally like sunny days, as I feel fish are easier to find when the
sun is beaming down. All I do is look for cover or where there is
shade. Really I say this is opinion based. whatever condition you feel
more confident in, then be on the water during that time.
yer right yanosick, it can go either way. when bright and sunny, bass
are hold up close to or into their favorite cover and when the weather
is overcast they do fell more confort and move around a bit.
so i guess ya can say--in sunny weather the bass are more perdictable
on where they are going to be and ya can always get them to bite with
the right tools and stealth.
and on cloudy/stormy weather the bass are more agresive and more
willing to bite. even thou they are spread out more in the water.
the bottom line is get to know were the fish want to be when they are
doing certian things such as resting or feeding. what they are feeding
on the most in yer body of water. what time of day --which will change
with the weather patterns or the moon phasess--, just find out what the
patterns of the bass are and use them to yer advanage.
this year i been catching bass in 3ft. of water and then moving out to
the deeper part of this lake--which is 35ft.--and getting bass off the
bottom and just 5ft. under the surface. useing different baits in each