SEARCH­ING IS THE NAME OF THE GAME

Trout Fisherman (UK) - - Advice Squad -

While we might start our ses­sion on the shel­tered shore, we can quickly out-fish, or dis­turb an area that even­tu­ally seems de­void of fish. As few clues ex­ist to lead us di­rectly to where trout might be feed­ing, we need to make a me­thod­i­cal search of the wa­ter. Whether you’re drift­ing from a boat or bank fish­ing, quar­ter­ing the wa­ter by fan cast­ing (di­a­gram 9) should be­come sec­ond na­ture. Ob­vi­ously, where fish are then hooked, the area should be sub­jected to a thor­ough go­ing over once more.

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