Soft Wash

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Soft Wash

During a high water event, fish are forced into a predictable lather whirlpools. Put a tube jig or just to the other side of a well-defined eddy line, and it will probably get pounded. As the water recedes, this tight eddy lines blur and relax. Smallmouth are again able wagon until mid-river to eat. But when they just want to relax, watch for my Buddy Rich Coffman found in the coastline avenues they termed “soft wash”.

Rich is doing something that relatively few river smallmouth anglers do: he spends not pour about 2 / 3rd of his time on the water. He leans forward with his oars at the ready. His rods resting on the frame. He does not even think of picking one until he sees what he wants. It is similar to the baseball phrase “wait for your pitch.” He will not swing at just anything.

Everything drifting and watch Rich helped develop the ability to do something that would miss spotting the average constant casting fisherman. When the river rises, can aggressive feeding fish to be caught on the most upstream portion of each eddy. They adhere to the eddy line, set up the first thing they see crossing the current gradient pummel. But when the river falls, they have full bellies. They fall back from the vicinity of the peaks of the eddies in a kind of water, which is not easy to distinguish.

Soft wash creates jobs in the increasingly migrate and ill-defined border between completely still water on the bench, and pretty soon water from 6-20 feet. The width of the soft washing is constantly changing as gusts of the present billow in the non-moving water. Waving current loses power before it can reach the bank. Some of the best examples of soft waxes form straights by steep clay banks.

In order to identify these areas, put down your staff, keep your boat in place, and look. With the aid of the bank as a reference point, to try to assess the speed of bubbles or floating leaves. If foam bubbles travel all the way to the bank, keep moving. If foam bubbles near shore and are not moving, gentle wash can be.

Getting a better look, remove your polarized glasses and look at the surface of the water. Subtle patterns in the glare will be broken soft one lane of stagnant water by smoke stream that show peter out short of the bank. At times, the job of still water stretches away from the coast as much as 15 feet. The track may extend downstream from the entire length of the pool.

Because soft waxes constitute straights without large current breaking rock structure, clamping a boat to retain position is not an option. Line up your boat with the current downstream break your momentum, and flip a tube to the bank, trails through the still water. take note of how far out the hits, so you can focus more of your efforts.

Weightless soft plastics such as Zoom Super Flukes and Yamamoto Senkos are deadsticked work to the middle of the water column. Cast downstream, leave your bail open your past, and carefully collect slack once downstream. If you feel the weight, hook immediately sets. Once again, breaking your momentum every so often with a few paddle strokes you can spend more time on each cast.

Once the bell curve of the river narrows meter graph out, enlarging soft wash areas, and finally disappear in the vast areas of deep water slowly.

Jeff Little teaches kayak fishing skills through his DVD series available from Confidence Baits LLC .

Article source: kayakfishingblog.com

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