Watch your Rod when Fishing in Brush
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Watch your Rod when Fishing in Brush

Watch your Rod when Fishing in Brush




      

Watch your Rod when Fishing in Brush


Watch your Rod when Fishing in Brush

When brush fishing a good point to remember is not to strike upward but backward or toward you. If you strike upward a miss always means a hang-up, but if you strike by quickly moving the rod toward you and keeping it low down, this will happen far less frequently. An effective method is to strike not with the rod but by quickly pulling in the line through the guides with the left hand. The two-handed fly-caster who habitually uses the slack-line cast becomes very expert at striking small trout in brushy streams in this manner.

Camp, Samuel Granger. The Fine Art of Fishing. New York: Outing Pub., 1911. Print.

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