Best Biometric Pressure For Carp Fishing In Kenya

What is Biometric Pressure?

Simply put, barometric pressure is the measurement of air pressure in the atmosphere, specifically the measurement of the weight exerted by air molecules at a given point on Earth.

Barometric pressure changes constantly and is always different depending on where the reading takes place.

Best Biometric Pressure For Carp Fishing In Kenya

An atmospheric pressure of 1020mb or below is generally considered low and therefore better for fishing. Once you get below 1000mb it can get stormy, and very good for fishing.

At what barometric pressure are fish most active?

According to the time-tested “fisherman’s barometer” anything below 29.8 is designated as the low-pressure zone, meaning poor fishing.

Above 29.8 is the high-pressure zone, meaning average fishing. The zone between 29.8 and 30.2 is shown as the area for the best fishing.1

What is the best time of year for carp fishing?

The best time for carp fishing is typically during the warmer months of the year, between late spring and early autumn.

This is when the water temperature is at its highest, and carp are most active and feeding. Carp are cold-blooded fish, and their metabolism increases as the water temperature rises.