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Default Re: Spoiled fishing casts?

Seth, on higher pressure water, with wild fish, I'd give them twenty min. to relax.
Then, sneak back like a Nynja.
To me, truck trout are not nearly as tough an audience.
If I botch a cast over those, (yep, still happens), I just don't pull my line off the water in a noisy fashion, just let the drift continue.
I've caught a lot of fish on a bad cast.
Maybe change the fly, just to keep them guessing.
Generally speaking, if they know it's game on, they won't play.
Can't say I blame them.

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