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I have been doing some research on the affects of temperature drop and the corresponding change in barometric pressure on the inshore/shallow water bite. With the decrease in temperature tonight and the corresponding high pressure system, would it be correct to assume that the bite early tomorrow morning will be slow? I know...I know, just go fishing, but I thought I would pose the question to the board and see what your opinions are.
 

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A change in pressure period is usually a good thing. Different fish will behave different ways. Most will follow the pattern of deeper water in the morning, and flats in the afternoon.
 

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where would be some good spots to hit in a flats boat today? really don't wanna head all the way out to the pass today, but thinking about doing some red fishing today, heding out somewhere between 2 and 4pm depending on when I get up.

suggestions on tackle? I'm not very experienced fishing, I've just used bottom rigs with cut bait or live bait freelined or on the bottom
 
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