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Question by varminthunter. Uploaded on April 17, 2010
i think so
ive caught some of my best catfish in the rain.
Theysure do. They don't mind getting wet.
Do they crap in the lake? Heres yur sign.
Good one, Moishe. I remember this question being posted at least three times previously. Same poster?
I always wonder why people think rain makes any difference to a fish?
Depends on the barometric pressure when any fish bites.
They don't care if it's raining. It's wet where they are all the time.
Yes, they will bite when its raining!!!
Catfish do most of their hunting at the bottom of whatever waters are considered their feeding grounds at the time.. they don't much pay attention to whats going on outside of the water. If you don't mind sitting out in the rain and waiting for that trophy to swim by then you will most certainly catch a cat regardless of how wet it is outside.
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