Fish Slow, But How? - By David Fladd

Our water temps historically bottom out mid-January, but they are still awful cold in February. Since fish are cold blooded, they are going to be pretty sluggish as a result. You’ve probably heard the following advice; “If you think you are fishing slow enough, slow down”. It’s good advice, but how is it applied? … Read the rest of this great column by David Fladd here:

CAM Charleston

A wise man once told me regarding winter fishing, “If you think you are fishing slow, you probably not fishing slow enough, slow, slow, slow”. I haven’t actually fished in a couple of winters now but, I found that if I slowed down my retrieve waaay slow, my catch count did increase. Dave is certainly one of those wise men who’s advice I would heed.

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