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Is it good to fish for carp after it rains?

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Rain almost always helps to improve carp fishing. Heavy rains will push carp into the backwater areas in rivers and into the shallows in lakes. ... Live nightcrawlers usually work well after very heavy rains because worms will get pushed into the water and carp will move into the shallows to find an easy meal.

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