Thursday, 24 March 2016

Kayak Fishing - Drifting for Spring Plaice - Using a Drift Chute in Flat Calm Conditions

The spring is a great time of year to target Plaice. I headed out on the kayak to do just that target Plaice by drift fishing with a couple of rods out using various baits such as Squid, Peeler Crab, Sandeel Fillets, and Razor Clam.


In the video below, I look at the various baits and the method used plus a way of using a drift chute otherwise known as a drogue in flat calm conditions.
 


6 comments:

  1. Hello Rob,thanks for your passionate and informative narration of your fishing trips..you share experiences openly and that's refreshing...I look forward to viewing your next short recording and maybe a chat in the pub,I now believe we share the same local. Cheers for now Allan.

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    1. Hi Allan. Thank you for your comment, which is appreciated and glad you enjoy the videos. If you see me in the local, feel free to introduce yourself. Rob.

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  2. Hey Rob B,
    This is very nice post you shared here. I appreciate you for your nice sharing. Kayak fishing is really fantastic. I read and got much pleasure. Thanks a lot.

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    1. Thank you for your comment and apologies for the delay in reply. Your comment was in the spam folder and I have only just found out. Glad you enjoyed the post.

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  3. wow1 amazing post this one.

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