Centerpin fishing

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Centerpin fishing, also called float fishing or center pin fishing, is a fishing technique which uses a centerpin rod, a centerpin reel, and Roe, or an artificial fly. The method is used for steelhead fishing in fresh water, and is currently popular with freshwater salmon anglers who drift floats downstream.

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  • Gross WH (2008) Steelhead & Salmon: Use the Secrets of the Pros to Catch More and Bigger Fish Lyons Press Series. ISBN 978-1-59921-416-0
  • McClane AJ and Gardner K (1987) The Complete book of fishing: a guide to freshwater, saltwater & big-game Page 12. Gallery Books. ISBN 978-0-8317-1565-6

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