Pole fishing fail!

Published on August 3rd, 2011 by Rodney

Last year, we put up a video of me fishing with a pole for small coarse fish in the Tidal Fraser River and there were quite a few questions about this type of fishing. Last month, we decided to have a little fun after catching lots of brook trout, by pulling out a longer pole to fish for them. The pole is between 6 to 8 meters long and can be adjusted into three different lengths if needed. Since we were catching plenty of fish in less than 10 feet of water, I decided to use a small coarse fishing float. I balanced the float with a few small split shots and tied on a small chironomid pattern at the end. I caught some fish, but as you can see in the video, bringing them in became a big challenge.

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