Dreadnaught wrote:The title alone threw up a red flag for me!!!!
I think that today people are willing to try anything to cut corners and, get a jump on something they are after. I for one do not agree with this approach to flathead fishing. You are jumping over the basics of the chase. Learn the area and, learn to read the river (structure, drops, riffles and what they mean to a flathead). Once you do that, your successes will be more rewarding than you could immagine!!! Stop and smell the roses along the path to your destination!!!
river scum wrote:i set limb lines sometimes for that reason. usually set them out on my way up river then retreve them on the way back through. like you said its a great search tool to locate productive spots.
he never said he set them to rape the river guys, god,lighten up! lmao
have limb lined uncharted water( but i know it now like the back of my hand) to find out what was there ( never left unattended over night ) , I have many nice spots doing this over night . The next weekend would go to the spot with rod and reel , and produce good flatheads , I fish on a river that is small (100 feet at most across but average 50 ) and this is a great way to find them . I use a black heavy duty bungie cord to take up the shock or pvc tubes that i fill in with expand foam in case it gets pulled out it will float , Wanna know if anyone out there does the same
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