Fishing in the Rain

Contrary to what you think, fishing in the rain can be as or more productive than on a sunny day and no clouds

 

It starts to rain… And now? Will be that the fishing will be good? This is a recurring question among fishermen and often lead to dropout last minute. Some believe that the sign of rain is equal to a few fish and baited. Because you know that fish these days can be equally good, or even better, than with the sky without clouds. To take advantage of situations like this just to interpret the types of rain and knowing what to do when the water begins to fall from the sky.

Fishing in the Rain

The rains
In the warmer seasons, the overcast days, tend to provide fisheries with constant productivity throughout the day, without those pauses typical of the time more warm, when the fish stop eating and rise to the surface seeking oxygen.

Stay tuned. The fish perceive in advance the changes in the weather conditions and begin to feed intensively on the eve of the phenomenon, and soon after the rains pass.

The garoas, in turn, freak out much more for the fishermen than the fish themselves, which if used in a short time with the changes, especially in atmospheric pressure. The same goes in the winter, especially when the drizzle persists for a few days.

Avoid torrential rains, it certainly does not provide good conditions for fishing in general. Precipitation caused by cold fronts accompanied or lots also are not good options. However, even in these cases, the blame is not really the rain.

Care important
And when the water is already falling? It is possible to perform good fishing under the rain. But in addition to have on hand a good rain cover, it is important to be aware of certain factors to fish with security and improve their productivity.

Lightning: a storm with lightning strikes, the best thing to do is to stop fishing and take shelter under a large structure, and solid. Sticks of graphite, trees, and even you, when next to water, become references to attract lightning.
The ride: in rainy days, go to the fish whose route is safe, so much going on as back. Know the road by which you will shift and avoid slopes that fill or clay in which the vehicle can get bogged down.
The position of the rods: during the rains accompanied by winds, the lower end of the rod, the closest you can to the surface of the water. The idea is to avoid the action of wind on the equipment, which can hinder the detection of actions. Give preference to assemblies that use the sinkers, they will keep the lines more straight and also will provide better perception.

Lines & buoys: some colors are easier to see on cloudy days. Lines yellow, or greenish, when wet, are more crisp, the same goes for seemingly parodying superman and floats. The model Tetra has good fluctuation, even under the action of the rain.
Baits: avoid exposing them to rain and leave them capped or covered. The masses should be prepared a little more harsh than usual, because even though it is protected, will receive moisture. If they pass the point, just add a little of the prepared dry. The worms, especially of the variety in California, they die quickly if immersed in water (the “puladeiras” are more resistant). And the animals of the orange, when wet, they lose their movement and become less and less attractive to the brine.

+ tips
– Cevas are equally important and effective in the rainy days, especially if they are made with dough that esfarelam, forming a kind of veil in the water.
– The fishing at night on hot days, during and after the rains, yields good results with fish round and tilapia.
– Slip-resistant footwear and even boots facilitate mobility and increase safety, especially in places with mud and smooth stones.

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