Different fish species in different water environments have their own relatively fixed range of activities, foraging sites and habitats in different seasons. However, these will change with the changes of weather and time. In fact, they are not only fish, but also the vast majority of animals in nature, including human beings. For example, a wide square is a good place for people to do morning exercises and take a walk after dinner, but when it is windy, rainy or scorching, who will come here for a walk? Although the fish in the water is not as intelligent as human beings, its sensory organs instinctively tell it that it must “survive the fittest”.
This principle must also be followed in the selection of fishing positions. It depends not only on the changes in the weather: cloudy, sunny, rainy, foggy, stuffy, wind, thunder, frost and dew, but also on the morning, afternoon, evening and night of the time, otherwise it will hit a wall. For example, fish proverbs such as “move three times a day, catch the edge in the morning and evening” and “catch the west in the morning and the east in the afternoon” are aimed at the normal weather conditions in normal summer and autumn seasons. If it is drizzly or cloudy, fish like to go to the shore all day long for food, and it is more than fishing in the morning and evening. Another example is the wild pond or the ditch branch of the reservoir, which is usually a good fishing position, but it is no longer a good fishing position when it is around noon in midsummer and early autumn or in sultry weather. Because most of the fish now hid in deep water or shade. Therefore, the choice of fishing position must depend on the changes of the weather and the morning and evening of the time, and the time, the place and the fish system. Only in this way can better fishing performance be expected, and it must not be mechanically applied and fixed.