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Hi,
I've tried this it worked when fishing a lake for trout quite well. Should be ok for bass. Look at the power ball artical on this site. on one of the blogs.
Bob
 

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hi,this is nothing new and has been used for many,many years.It is basically the same idea as using an otter board .both methods are banned on all fresh water as far as i know and if not should be.
 

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I use a bubble float and a baited fly spoon on the trout streams locally it works well trotted downstream hold it near any eddys or other turbulant water
hope this helps dai
 

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I use a bubble float and a baited fly spoon on the trout streams locally it works well trotted downstream hold it near any eddys or other turbulant water
hope this helps dai
looks like you have all angles covered,but i,m sure you could tie a fly on there somewhere.lol
 

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Try searching for spirolino.
 

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Appart from fishing with worms and a sinker, or worms and a float, this is the most common way to fish for trout from the shore in Norwegian lakes.

The trick is to reel in quite slowly, and it works best when there is a litle bit of a draft in the air, so that the water have a bit of waves.
 

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hi.just to highlight that bubble float and flies are banned on at least scottish rivers and most lochs.the sea is probably ok but please be aware or check local rules before hand.
 

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I've done this, exactly as you describe.
i was at one of the local marks fishing a redgill eel 4-5ft behind a bubble float. i was getting a few fish, but the guy next to me was fly fishing and was getting loads more. i had some flys in my bag, so simply swapped over and started picking up fish right away.
i guess that they just wanted something smaller than the redgill.
 

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Cheers for all the replies guys.

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I think I'll give it a go at some point, sometimes I think they do want something smaller and it never hurts to have one more trick up your sleeve though that does have the disadvantage of fewer excuses.
 
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