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Do fish bite after it rains?

Asked: Nathalie Porchet, Last Updated:

Fish do bite when it rains, but their activity is generally lower during rain. Rain both oxygenates and colors the water, which are two very positive aspects when it comes to fishing, but the fish seem to need time to adjust to the sudden shift. That is why you should focus on fishing right after a rainfall instead!

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