Freshwater Deep Jigging – On The Water

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Freshwater Deep Jigging – On The Water

I am a much happier person when I am fishing. That’s a groundbreaking epiphany, I know. Sarcasm aside, I think the typical Northeast kayak angler fa

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I am a much happier person when I am fishing. That’s a groundbreaking epiphany, I know. Sarcasm aside, I think the typical Northeast kayak angler falls into a rhythm, with the season beginning in April and fizzling out by December—in a good year. This leaves three or more winter “gap” months when I’m not fishing. So, I went out in search of consistent winter fishing—and happiness—and found it in kayak fishing for lake trout.  

The saltwater off-season is typically a time when anglers switch to trout fishing since these coldwater fish bite well through the winter. Many fishermen associate trout with technical fly fishing, and this can be true on streams and rivers, but on open, deep water, lake trout provide a challenge that’s more familiar to the saltwater kayaker.  

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