By now, most of you know I hate two things in fishing. The first and worst is the wind. The second is dirty water. These two forces collided in my prime spot in the last tournament, but this time, I followed my own advice and made the proper move.
When casting to certain targets is the key to your fishing strategy, the wind can take that technique and make short work of it — really short work. This is especially true when you’re fishing in water that’s very clear and you’re staying back, trying not to spook fish from your area. But when the wind has blown for 36 hours straight, at 20 miles per hour, any chance that the water was going to stay clear quickly vanishes when you come up to your spot first thing in the morning.
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