This time of year, I spend a lot of time on small mountain streams, where the trout lies are surrounded by vegetation, rocks, and different kinds of current. In this video, Kent Klewein of Gink + Gasoline shows you the best way to cast to such spots. His first piece of advice is the most important: get as close as you can, so you can keep your line off the water and avoid drag.
2 thoughts on “Classic Tuesday Tip: How to Cast to Trout in Tight Spots”
Use a Tenkara rod.