Do river fish react differently than lake fish to weather fronts? If so please give specifics including why if possible. Conventional wisdom says fish before a front moves in but I have had some of my best fishing right after a front has moved through. Example - night before last I got skunked, then went to same spot last night after the storm had passed through and fish were on fire. Is it possible for fish to be conditioned to know water is going to come up and to grab a quick meal before looking for a place to hunker down? Water had not come up yet and was still clear. Thanks for your input. I fish primarily for smallmouth but have observed this with other species in the river.