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    - Spinnerbaits usually work best during the rain around weedbeds, cover, docks, ect.
    - If lightning is in sight you should stop fishing. Holding a rod isn't the smartest thing to do.

    - Stick to darker lures like black, black and blue, black and purple. Bass have a harder time seeing in low

       light and having a darker lure will help.
    - Rain many times causes runoff, therefore causing muddy waters.

    - Bass fishing on rainy days can be very productive because of the lack of light. This results in bass
       swimming more often because in essence, the clouds are providing cover.                                                      - If it's a cold day and you get a "warm" rain, go to the backs of the creeks where the water is warmest.

    - Fish right before a storm and majority before the majority of rain. Fishing can be explosive!

    - If there is lightning and thunder, bass will spook and usually move to slightly deeper waters.

    - If your fishing on a lake and the water level starts to rise rapidly, bass will move to the shallows

      and you can have a real productive day of fishing.