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Should you fish with the current or against the current?

Asked: karpiorze&kleniorze, Date Created:

Fish upstream Because the current is what brings food to all fish species in a river system, they always hold with their noses facing up current. ... If you're fishing against the current, your bait will just whizz by the fishes head from behind, which will result in far fewer strikes.

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