What do fish eat during the winter?
Winter. Depending on the temperature, feeding your fish during the winter can vary but what is known is that fish need very little to no food during this season. If the temperature drops below 50 degrees, experts state you should stop feeding altogether until the temperature raises to above 50 degrees in spring.
Do fish migrate in the winter?
Many fish migrate from lakes out into the neighbouring streams in winter. Here they wait until the weather conditions improve, so they can swim back into the lake.
Do fish come out when it’s cold?
In short, the fish are still there, they are just much less active. Because ice is less dense than water, ice forms on the surface and provides some insulation to the waters below, keeping the fish warm enough to survive. Fish are cold-blooded.