Typical lull or worse?

The bite has slowed considerably from 10 to noon just about every day this week, and we’re seeing that again today. Is this part of the typical lull or is it, as Zona mentioned on the Lowrance War Room, the fish shutting down because of a change in weather?


It’s considerably warmer today than it was yesterday at noon, and it’s only getting warmer. The harder this afternoon is, particularly on Cliff Pace, the more anglers who have a chance.


Kind of an interesting throw away thought: There was discussion before this event about whether or not to let competing anglers know what we “know” from BASSTrakk, including the other anglers’ weights. It was ultimately decided against, but I wonder how many anglers out there would start dreaming a little bigger right now if they knew about Pace’s early troubles?