Sinking Lines For Sea-Run Cutthroats

Chester Allen forgets to bring a sinking line and spends the time that he should have been catching fish unhooking his buddy’s sea-runs cutts. “Sinking feeling” indeed. “Sea-run cutts often hang out in shallow water near shore, but on this day, they were camped out in deeper water. Most of the trout weren’t willing to swim up 5 or 6 feet of water to whack my Knudsen Spider. But they were happy to hit Cloud’s fly, which was swinging right in front of their noses.” In the Washington state Olympian.
For more on the importance of having sinking lines in your arsenal, read “Deep Thinking” and “Deep Thoughts,” both on MidCurrent.

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