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Yes, trolling for trout with a CHRISTMAS TREE grub, is the way to go in the fall at Vandemere Creek.:)
Most of the time when I am casting for trout or flounder I like to through a Berkley Gulp. I have also found that a white fin-s works good to with a lot of action (twitching the rod) in the summer time.
 

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I will troll if they are hard to find, then fish the area I hook up in. But generally I don't troll..
 
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I never trolled at all till I got the yak, when I started moving at trolling speed i figured that I just as well drag a bait behind me. A slow troll in the winter time works better than casting for stripers in the lakes around here. with a long line the baits work deeper and stay in the strike zone longer than you can get casting.

I watched guys pulling corks a couple of winters back when I was fishing Bay River with Dennis, with a little rigging I think it would work out great from a yak.

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Wanna try tightline trollin for trout one of these days ...... 16' light crappie rods off the front. I can see it being interesting.
 
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