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Subject: fishing in the wind
Name: johnnyboy15
Date: May-25-08 2:02pm

is hard any suggestions

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Subject: Re: fishing in the wind
Name: thebui
Date: May-25-08 4:13pm

cast with the wind?

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Subject: bigger weight...?
Name: kingjester13
Date: May-25-08 5:45pm

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Subject: Re: fishing in the wind
Name: Wings42
Date: May-25-08 6:44pm

From a pier, fish with the wind at your back. Rougher conditions call for heavier line and weights.

From shore, cast sidearm keeping the terminal tackle (bait or lure) low. With a spinning outfit, all that's needed is a little sideways snap from down low to get the lure or bait out. Also, from shore, if you can find a protected area like a little cove or the lee side of a jetty, fish from it. Finally, except in very rough conditions, there are more fish and bigger fish in close than you'd think. So try closer in, possibly with a heavier weight as kingjester suggested if the inshore conditions are rough.

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Subject: Re: fishing in the wind
Name: thebui
Date: May-25-08 8:19pm

cast with the wind?

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Subject: Re: fishing in the wind
Name: thebui
Date: May-25-08 8:19pm

cast with the wind?

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Subject: Re: fishing in the wind
Name: pier roller
Date: May-26-08 9:14am

use it to your favor fish up wind let it drift to the spot

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