“Did you ever consider, which time is best for fishing? Well, the answer is, any time you are ready to buckle up and go out there for fishing. It’s not about the time of the day or weather, not even season. It’s about the mindset to go fishing.”
And with that saying, the best way to earn experience is more engagement with the situation. So next time, if you see the sky is gloomy and ready to cry, grab your fishing rods and gears, go have some fun with nature! In this blog, we are going to tell you 5 easy facts you need to know about fishing in the rain. Let’s get started!
This is not basically a tip for bass fishing in the rain yet crucial to understanding. While it’s raining, the situation underwater is not as it was before. There is a considerable change in the temperature, sunlight and dissolved oxygen which can turn fish on or off!
2. Select topwater lures and have fun
3. Look out for the drains/ surface runoff
4. Get into a kayak and get close as much as possible
The closer you get, the chances of getting bites increases. Needless to say, you will get better castability and sight. So the best option is to get into a kayak and do kayak fishing. With a sit-on-top fishing kayak, you can reach anywhere in quickly and set your hookset. If you don’t have a kayak, get into the water and go closer as much as possible.
5. Study about how the weather affects bass fishing
It’s not like fishes are waiting underwater to take a bite of our lure, we have to trace them and trick them to take a bite of our trap. Understanding the fish behavior, how the weather affects bass is so crucial for bass fishing. It’s a huge topic to discuss, we are not gonna discuss it now but let’s just say that if you study these topics, your success rate will go sky-high.
Safety Comes first!!!
Don’t forget to wear quality rain gear while fishing in the rain. This will both keep you protected and gives comfort to fish all day long. With tons of gear in the rain, returning empty-handed is not an option.
While it’s lightening, please look for shelter and don’t go out until it’s safe. No matter what, safety comes first right!