2 - ALWAYS FISH ON THE BACK OF A DROP-OFF, NEVER TO THE FRONT OF IT
Line lay, especially close to the rig, is important, and getting it right can make the difference between catching and scaring them off.
Ideally you will know what you are fishing over, and if it’s out in the pond you should be fishing a tight line. If the bottom is dropping away back towards you, the line will be obvious – if it is falling away from you, it will be much better concealed.
Fishing just over the back of a bar gives a much better presentation. Weed beds, drop-offs, humps and changes in the bottom of the lake all affect the way that the line lays on the deck .
“FISHING JUST OVER THE BACK OF A BAR GIVES A MUCH BETTER PRESENTATION”
Line lay can make or break your session.