This is a question that cannot be answered ? If you wreck fish and you have to anchor, and you got wind into tide any idiot knows you got a problem. If your tuna fishing or shark fishing and you got 55 deg. water your out a luck, So as you can see the question is weak it needs more direction. Every element you mentioned will effect all diffrent spieces of fish! And can also effect the diffrence between catching and jerking off. I know what the elements are before I burn the fuel that is a rule of thumb!
It may be a bad and weak question to you… But the question I asked is general enough so a sharpie can elaborate and run with the direction!
Although it may be simple to you… It is supposed to "educate"
those that are not familiar with the basic elements such as tide, wind and temperature.
Since you are so knowledgeable and consider yourself a sharpie… Why don't you explain why a wreck fisherman would have a problem with wind against tide. Are you saying a fisherman should not venture out? Does that mean the fish are not going to bite? Or does that mean that it's going to be tough fishing?
Also, I am sure a few would be interested to know why 55 deg. water temperature would be bad for those feisty pelagic critters. Perhaps you can elaborate about the warm water temperature break… and what does that mean to the fish.
Hope you get my drift (no pun intended), So, let me ask the question again….
For the sharpies out there…
When you plan your killer fishing trip…
How important is TIDE, WIND and TEMP.?
The obvious answer should be …"It's VERY important"… but I expect an explanation so everyone can learn from it.
Tight Lines and may the wind
be on your back, the tide
be just right and the temperature
be warm enough for you and the fish.