Wind and current. That’s what Bill Lowen described as his perfect day. He is getting plenty of current from the tide but might be out of luck with the wind. Right now the only thing stirring in his area are the biting gnats enjoying the windless morning.
“Where I am fishing the water is really clear so the wind is a tremendous help. When the wind is blowing on that clear water it creates a ripple on the surface.”
As a result it doesn’t let the fish see as well so they react more to the lure than being wary of the bait.
“Today what I really need is a little bit of wind to go with the current created by the tide."