Nope it was perfect and only gave a nice slow rise and green tint to the water. Got down Round 7am an the bite was steady then shut off around nine or so. Then I walked a ways and had a few follows and picked up a lonely fish. Then walked down far side about half mile or so. Nothing and too steep and brushy. Then on my way back stopped to talk to a guy and we started catching them around noon . Caught six or seven before injuring one beyond release and decided to keep a few . Kept six decent ones. Upon getting home the thought that they were all males but one was proven incorrect. Three females three males. The largest of course being the females. Eggs weren't quite ready for layingb though but close. Two oclock bite turned off after sun went behind clouds and rain started again.