The Sight-Casting Thing

Lee Dunn and Gordon Churchill wander the spartina grass flats near Newport, North Carolina hunting up redfish and providing a classic vignette of how it should be done. “Churchill spotted another fish feeding next to a grassy hammock and again slowly eased his way into casting range, fighting a stubborn east wind while trying to cast to the fish. As Churchill worked, Dunn, perched high on the poling platform, could see three other drum, and he kept Churchill apprised of their movements as Churchill tried to work his way into a better angle, the soft bottom necessitating steady, slow movement.” Mike Zlotnicki on

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