For what it's worth, I have heard that fish can sense the decreased barometric pressure and instinctively move to deeper water where the pressure is higher as a defensive instinct.
Originally Posted by Carolina Boy
I saw a really interesting documentary where scientists GPS tagged a population of sharks in a bay area and observed how they all moved out to deeper water as a strong low pressure storm system moved in.
And in general terms, I have often enjoyed good fishing after a good rain when the water is a bit higher than normal but not raging and not too colored.
I got no style, I'm strictly roots.