by David Proudfoot

Uptiding – A type of boat fishing where the bait is cast uptide and away from the area around the anchor rope and boat. Grip leads are used and a belly is allowed to develop in the line after the rig settles. Bites from larger fish are normally slack liners. Originally developed in the shallow waters of the Thames estuary.

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