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Re: Barometric Pressures
How about this clever idea....
First off I'd like to say that I've found this discussion very intriguing.
Inputs have been given, and in a scientific frame of mind, I feel quite
sound. The fact that "spawning activities" have increased, as represented
by the various voices, should say something for the fact that collection of
eggs is good when the pressures change.
<<Snip: Don't fish hear by pressure waves and not sound waves so their
probably twice sensitive to air pressure changes than the most expensive
barometer. I am not saying it influences breeding but I have observed
different behaviour before a weather change in LIN and AUS, the LIN huddle
in the corner in a pretty tight group, usually they would give each other
about 3inches of
>space. The AUS try to hide under something instead of hanging around
I think rather than hearing... it's a sense of response that affects them.
I firmly believe that pressures effect and direct stimulus responses for
different fish as with people, animals, and even our own state of mind...
<<Snip 2: Aren't the lateral lines used for picking up very very low
frequency. They also work as a filter as well only receiving certain
frequency and bouncing
Interesting, interesting, but I feel it's much like our own human minds...
when specific changes occur, a firing of synaptic reponses pool the sexual
behavior to breed. Stimulus, I guess in this format, "heavy petting" of the
barometric pressures engages fruitfull multiplication.
OK, a new thread. Under the conditions aforementioned, what effect, does
one think that the conditions of the moon may take. I know, as Lee Harper
has expressed that in fishing, there were observed changes in wind
conditions, but what about the effect of the moon. Although in the light of
day, depending on the "face" of the moon, fishing may not be good. This
accounts for the fact that on a full moon, fish eat better and bite less the
Greg A. Simpson
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