However, if you are careful and take precautions, you may be able to fly your drone in light rain conditions.
Make sure all electronic equipment is properly sealed and that the drone is well-maintained before flying in rainy weather. Always check for updated weather conditions before flying your fishing drone.
First and foremost, make sure your drone is water-resistant or waterproof. Also, try to avoid flying in windy conditions or during electrical storms.
And be especially careful when landing your drone in wet conditions—the propellers can easily become covered in water and cause the drone to crash. Stay safe and have fun fishing with your drone!
However, in general, it is probably not advisable to fly a fishing drone in the rain as it could be difficult to control and might be more susceptible to damage.
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