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    Casting tuition

    Lots of good tips here, especially for people who are self-taught casters:



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6TDkN8RPHo
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    In hard conditions like these, I would use bait. ...

    In hard conditions like these, I would use bait. I would position myself upstream and let the bait drift downstream under a float.
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    Sticky: I don’t see the need unless you’re fishing...

    I don’t see the need unless you’re fishing narrow, brushy trout streams. As a general rule, I think longer rods are more versatile.
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    Condolences. There’s a big fishing world out...

    Condolences.

    There’s a big fishing world out there. Explore it.
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    I’m sure they’d work, but jigs work great and are...

    I’m sure they’d work, but jigs work great and are much cheaper.
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    I would buy the best Daiwa or Shimano you can...

    I would buy the best Daiwa or Shimano you can afford.

    I say that in every “which reel” thread.
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    Any small jig or fly is deadly. The trout magnet...

    Any small jig or fly is deadly. The trout magnet is a good one.

    If you check out the main Bream forum, I’d say most people are using artificial baits.
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    I use hot dogs for catfish bait. They work...

    I use hot dogs for catfish bait. They work great. Worms will work, too, but they're more expensive.

    If I had to buy minnows to fish, I'd take up golf.
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    Sticky: Unless I'm mistaken ...

    … this thread is now the third longest on the site, behind only the "Show Your boats Off" thread on the main page and the "Pulling Cranks" thread on the Mississippi page. (Those threads were started...
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    Sticky: Here: https://www.finesse-fishing.com/ ......

    Here:

    https://www.finesse-fishing.com/

    ... or Japan.
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    The "windbeater" (a/k/a "driftbeater") is a...

    The "windbeater" (a/k/a "driftbeater") is a specific type of waggler that will help, also. They're nice to have but not essential, IMO.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ob5qDGGEt_w
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    Wagglers: ...

    Wagglers:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q59kMLv5QNY
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    Sticky: Chris is a good guy. He has another “JDM type”...

    Chris is a good guy. He has another “JDM type” site called Tenkara Bum. I bought one of his seiryu rods for bluegill. Sweet!

    https://www.tenkarabum.com/
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    You can buy new reels from BP or Cabelas for...

    You can buy new reels from BP or Cabelas for under $50. Amazon and Ebay will have cheaper options.

    Most fly reels have a 1:1 gear ratio.

    FWIW, long before the “jig pole” was created, people...
  15. We don't want smiles or sunsets! We want tangled...

    We don't want smiles or sunsets! We want tangled crankbaits!


    379497




    Tangled ... crankbaits!
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    Sticky: My dad had an old Lew’s Speed Stick (spinning)...

    My dad had an old Lew’s Speed Stick (spinning) with a carbon fiber handle. I loved it! Very sensitive and comfortable.
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    Sticky: I don’t know the technical name of the material,...

    I don’t know the technical name of the material, but it feels fine to me. I don’t own any Ugly Stiks, so I can’t compare. Personally, I’d like to see cork handles go away, even on fly rods.
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    FWIW, I've had several lessons from some really...

    FWIW, I've had several lessons from some really good casters, but Joe's method fits me better than the others. Joe's method, summarized:

    1) Finger on top grip
    2) Lots of wrist
    3) Closed stance...
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    Last year, I learned a lot. For some reason,...

    Last year, I learned a lot. For some reason, though, the lesson didn't "take". I came home all fired up, but just couldn't make his method work.

    I was back in Florida recently, though, so I...
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    I wanna see twelve months of tangled crankbaits.

    I wanna see twelve months of tangled crankbaits.
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    I was a member of Team USA that competed at the...

    I was a member of Team USA that competed at the 1997 world champs in Velence, Hungary. USA FLAG
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    I vote for the "tangled crankbaits" pic for all...

    I vote for the "tangled crankbaits" pic for all twelve months and the cover. :)
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    Sticky: I lived in ATL for many years. I used to fish...

    I lived in ATL for many years. I used to fish Charlie Elliott WMA a lot and got some nice bass/catfish up to about 4# on my JDM rods. I was using a Yamaga Blanks Blue Current JH Special 65/TZ. ...
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    Post 11

    Post 11
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    My reaction to a nineteen minute video about...

    My reaction to a nineteen minute video about crappie nibbles:



    https://palomatapia.files.wordpress.com/2015/01/scaredgif.gif
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    True, but bait doesn't stay in one spot ......

    True, but bait doesn't stay in one spot ... particularly if there's a predator nearby. ;)
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    Bobo hasn't logged on in four years. This is an...

    Bobo hasn't logged on in four years. This is an old thread.
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    Reason people use a float with a jig (from what...

    Reason people use a float with a jig (from what I've read over the years):

    1) Float adds casting distance.

    2) Float keeps bait at constant depth.

    Regarding #1, I think using lighter gear...
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    I am firmly in the "no jig and float" camp. I...

    I am firmly in the "no jig and float" camp. I can think of no good reasons to do it and several reasons to not do it. YMMV
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    … is too hard and harms the fish. I chum with...

    … is too hard and harms the fish. I chum with canned sweet corn ("no salt added") or frozen corn (cheaper than canned.)

    Corn is an excellent bait. Most fish will take it.
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