Great fish catching opportunity after a rain storm.
What is that you might ask? Well sit back and read on. Drizzle fishing is all about takng a break and getting side-tracked from your normal
daily activities towards the end of an afternoon or evening thunderstorm, even if only for a brief period of time. Just after the storm moves
through, grab your fishing rod and head for your nearest canal, seawall or beachfront and make a few casts with your favorite fishing lure.
Keep it simple. Do not make an ordeal out of it. Get to the nearest body of water you can
reach. It could be saltwater fishing off of a dock, beach or jetties for snapper, trout, redfish, flounder, tarpon or snook; or a fresh water
river, pond or canal for bass. Just take a spinning rod and reel, and a couple of easy fishing lures like soft plastics and topwater plugs.
This type of fishing is pleasurable, relaxing and productive. On many occasions such as this my work day will suddenly stop! I then get up out
of my chair which is perched in front of my work computer, immediately grab my fishing rod and head off down to the fresh water canal behind the
house and start throwing a soft plastic lure or worm. I often concentrate my casts around the storm drains since noticing that the bass will
often times congregate around these after a storm, possibly waiting for their next meal to wash out of the drain.
Depending on when you make it to the water after the rain storm, you may find yourself standing and fishing in a rain drizzle. That is ok.
Just relax, cast, take long deep breaths and enjoy the moment. Just be careful not to be out during any remaining lightning.
Fishing this way is not only therapeutic, you will catch fish too! Not being a scientist, I can not tell you why, maybe it's the change in
pressure, but you will probably notice that many times after a storm moves through the bite will turn on during the calm period. Take advantage
of this fishing opportunity time when you can. You will be glad you did. It will enable you to clear your mind of the strains and tensions that
your normal work day puts you through, sometimes catch a few fish, then get back to your day feeling just a little bit better.
The inspiration for this modest writing came from my own recent drizzle fishing experience and yes, was even lucky enough to catch six bass in
a short period of time. After the bite was over, I quickly returned back to my computer and typed these thoughts. Give it a try yourself.
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