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Thread: Tog Tutorial: How I "cast" from the jetties for tog.

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    Default Tog Tutorial: How I "cast" from the jetties for tog.

    This is long over due, but here is the video I made to show how I cast.

    Just a side note is that my favorite time is the bottom of the out tide and the start of the in tide. I noticed that it is usually cleaner water and also you can spot structure much easier. I don't state that in my video so I'm just throwing that tip out to you all snaggedliners only.

    It's too late now, but starting march/april you should be able to put these methods to practice.


    https://youtu.be/LhKAgF8OckQ
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    One of the days, when the wind is too strong for kayak fishing unexpectedly, I will fish from jetties instead going back home. I guess I carry some light sinkers including egg sinkers.

    Joe
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    Youtube UserID: ComeOnFish01 (Over 300 kayak fishing videos in mid-Atlantic (DE, MD & VA)
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