Re: Redfishing, a little help?
Or sometimes you can stalk all day and not see a thing like a pro I fished with last June. I switched to blind casting and produced when the water was murky. Stealth was essential and the ability to get a fly out quickly on their noses. We as a club are moving to a ninja method- having rod, line, fly ready to deploy on a moments notice. Have a casting basket with line to cast if your friend is poling. If by yourself you will need to be able to transition from paddle/pole to rod PDQ. Our club pro has a belt with Velcro to grab his paddle and his pole on a holder and a modified casting basket. You have to be one with your canoe so you can focus on the hunt. That's just the primer. Next you'll have to deal with a puddlers index on wind, tide, salinity, clarity, etc.