Squid v barometric pressure?

 All the times I’ve gone squiding it has been mostly sunny, but looking at the ocean the wind wasn’t bad just a few rain showers.

i have no idea if squid are affected by barometric pressure?

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 They certainly don't turn

Tue, 2018-06-19 14:05

 They certainly don't turn off, I've caught squid in between rain showers before.  Give it a go.

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Tue, 2018-06-19 14:16

 this just myself ?? And north of river I can't 

remember having a worse season for them 

normally start getting numbers at Easter!! 

Have been really late this year ... why ?? 

Couldnt tell ya ? Goodluck mate pirate..

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I don't know

Tue, 2018-06-19 16:40

 I don't know what the water looks loke at the moment, but they can be fussy if its too dirty or too clear . 

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Bite Times

Wed, 2018-06-20 10:31

 I've been killing it recently on squid on the kayak, although the average size hasn't been quite as large as I would expect for this time fo the year.

Even on saturday with a 14-15knt Northerly and cloudy water in a short 50mins session I managed to get 7 on high tide, been bagging out within 2-2.5hrs most sessions.

I just focus the high tide and light changes, sure water clarity makes a difference (I've found it to be relatively small), but just go with dark jigs in dirty water and you'll do fine,


Good luck and hope you get a few,




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