Detect More Bites With Spinning Gear Using This Trick

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Casting braided line crosswise into the wind introduces a significant bow in the line. This slack creates a few issues detrimental to the angler – it absorbs the shock created by bites on the fall or bites that occur after the bait has reached bottom yet before you’ve reeled in slack. Both scenarios cost you fish.

Ryan DeChaine shares a simple trick he uses to remove the slack during the cast so you’re able to pick up on those subtle bites on the fall and strikes that occur immediately when the bait reaches the bottom.