not sure where to post this, so i will here and maybe you helpful moderators can point me to the right place. as most of you in north ga know, this week has given us a LOT of rain. the lake i fish at has risen a good two to three feet, and still rising above the dock even. i went out today when it was just touching the dock, when its usually a foot below, and caught four fine bass. ive never done that off the dock before. what im asking is, does a good rise in waters affect the feeding habits of fish? and secondly, it has dropped the water temp down about 5 to 10 degrees. obviously this is good, but how long after the lake has risen and cooled would it be for optimum fishing? i have a feeling if i go this weekend ill tear the catfish, bass, and brim up. and maybe some crappie? due to cooler waters and beetles and minnows bein more active? bring it people, gimme them words of wisdom.