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Re: Delaware beaches

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hunter1,
where in ne mad. I spent a lot of summers around north east and turkey point.

Posted on: 2013/10/1 17:33
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Re: Delaware beaches

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From Da 'Berg, PA
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marcq wrote:

Water haul is another good approach to. In situations where there is no bait or active feeding fish I feel it puts them off. They use this cast in mass. The slap sound of the line sounds like other fish are eating bait of the top.

Practice that double haul. Tight lines marc


I only use it for the 'lift off' once Marc, and only in either rolling surf or fast deep water - both scenarios where you need the fast sinker or density compensated lines.

on a flat calm beach or creek i use a clear intermediate and a traditional double haul.

its a good thing to learn, i can even almost cast a full line of DT5 with it on my trout rod when i need to now.


Posted on: 2013/10/1 21:09



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