Do fish bite in the rain?

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Yes, fish bite in the rain. Fish actually bite more when it is raining. They bite less after a good rain shower.
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In the heat of the day, fish will cease feeding and head toward deeper, cooler waters. This is why many chartered fishing trips begin early in the morning and resume after sunset.
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