Fishing in the rain – good choice or not?

Fishing in the rain – good choice or not?

When it comes to fishing you can always hear different experiences from many anglers, and some of them will tell you one thing, while the other group of anglers will tell you the total opposite.

This doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t listen to any of these groups of fishermen, but of course it is the best to learn from your experience.
You need to know that every fisherman has his own philosophies and will give you different tips on how to improve your skills, target certain fish, etc.
So when it comes to fishing in the rain, some people think that it is quite impossible to do it, while others think that it is possible, of course only if you follow some instructions.
So that’s why we decided to give you some instructions, and it is up to you decide whether you will follow them or not.

First and foremost, you need to remember that since now it is summer it definitely means unpredictable weather and rainstorms, so keep that in mind.
So that’s why as soon as the rain begins to fall you need to use something that will cover the water. It can be a swim jig or crankbait.
Since you want to fish in the summer, you need to equip yourself with good equipment, and by equipment we mean few pair of socks and shoes.
This may sound strange, but in case it starts to become really windy take a helmet to protect yourself.

The combination of wind and rain can lead to fish being more active, so keep in mind that fact.
Since we mentioned that you should have extra pair of shoes and socks, make sure you bring pants and jacket that are suitable for this weather.

 

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