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Old 03-09-2017, 02:08 PM   #11
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Watching that video I can just imaging that "bump" on a soft plastic every time I saw one of those trout inhale the bait. God bless that feeling.
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Ok...I just watched again. I found a little setting on the you tube screen to slow the speed down to .25 speed which is really cool to watch on a 22" monitor. Yet, some of those strikes are still a blur. Also, at the slower speed, I can see that once in a while, they actually miss their target. It does support the idea that when you first feel the bump, tip your rod down and wait for the slack to get taken up. Most every time they catch their prey, they just hang there for a second or 2 before moving along. Very informative little clip.
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After seeing this video I'm reminded of sitting above the Colorado River at Matagorda watching the trout under the lights feeding. You could catch all the 15 - 20 inch trout you wanted casting cross current and working your lures back in. If you wanted a shot at one of the big sows on the edge of the light you always did better casting almost straight up stream and working your lures back down with the current. Just an observation but when we worked at it there were usually trout up to 28 inches that were game for a fight. One other thought besides presentation is that the larger trout almost always would choose to strike a mirrow lure over the jigs we were catching the school trout on.
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