Special Report #57
HOW TO FISH IN A DRIVING RAIN
When the storm clouds begin to brew, and rain starts coming down, fair-weather anglers will crank up their motors and head for home. But not Gary Klein of Weatherford, Texas, one of the nation's leading tournament fishermen. By staying on a lake in wet weather, Klein has learned how to catch bass and how to become a better angler. Klein knows how to angle during the slow drizzles, fish a fast-moving thunderstorm and still stay safe.
Klein emphasizes that "Rainy days are good days for bass fishing, but to catch fish, you can't just go out and start angling. You have to decide where the best water will be, where the bass should be in relationship to that water, and what baits you can use to cover the most water and trigger the most strikes. I like rainy-day fishing. The more you become accustomed to angling foul weather, the more fish you will catch."
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