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Tactics for a River mouth or Pass

 Diagram Key
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   = Position of angler (any tide)
= position only at low tide (too dangerous at higher tides)
(Dotted Line from circle) = Cast Direction
(Solid Line from circle) = Position after the bait/lure settles to the bottom
= Fish Holding Zone (where most of the fish are at)
= Boat position (anchored or trolling) with lines out.
  = local current directional arrows
Tackle: 15-20lb class spinning or baitcasting

Rigs:  Bottom Finder, Three-way swivel rig, or slip-lead


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