I’ve been saying that the major factor in our sharp decline recently has been a lack of feed in the ocean. Apparently, I was on the right track. Read the story HERE
Just about every river has a slackwater salmon spot. You know what I’m talking about here: one of those spots that’s too slow for back-bouncing, backtrolling, drift fishing or even bobbers. Of course, it always seems that the fish pile up into these zones like crazy, right?
I suppose a guy could catch a few fish tossing spinners or spoons in such a spot, but I prefer to cover more water on the troll. The interesting aspect of slackwater trolling is you aren’t limited to fishing in one direction like you’d be if you were freedrifting or back-bouncing.
Okay all you rookie river salmon fishermen out there…don’t fear the sardine wrap! Here’s how to do it…