Successful Louisiana Fishing in the Winter All About Timing

By: | posted on: December 27, 2012

Author: Todd Masson [The Times-Picayune]

The Duncan Company never made a yo-yo that went up and down more than a barometer in South Louisiana during the winter.

A sub-30 reading one day will climb the scale to 30.40 the next and then begin a rapid retreat back below 30. It’s consistent in its inconsistency. It’s our climate’s version of the Lindy Hop, a veritable millibar mambo.

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