How To Catch Fish Right After A Big Rainstorm

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It can be a bit of a challenge to catch fish right after a rainstorm.

Conditions slightly shift and the fish might have moved to different areas.

So how can you locate fish after a HUGE rainstorm rolls through?

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Conclusion

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Fishing after a rainstorm is all about moving fast and covering as much water as possible.

More often than not, the fish push the bait and mullet up into the mangroves to hunt in shallow water.

You’ve just got to find small coves or cut-outs that can hold bait, look for action on the surface, and toss a line out!

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Pat Ogletree
2 months ago

Nice work guys!

Robert Kuralowicz
2 months ago

Luke, What knot are you using for the tippet?

Luke Simonds
2 months ago

I use the blood knot for the mono to mono connection, and then a loop knot for connecting to the lure. Here’s a link to see the full assembly: https://www.saltstrong.com/articles/dirty-deeks-leader-assembly/

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