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How does one effectively fish a popping cork when the wind and fast moving tide are going in the same direction? In my kayak my position is dictated by the wind direction so I'll stake a pole and let the trolley out and cast down wind. If the current is flowing with the wind the artificial on the cork rig will rise up as I real back (I don't fish this way-just explaining) casting into the wind lately has been a waste of time. Casting across the are is OK but leaves a lot of blown line which causes the rig to loose pop until I can reel the wind arc in. At that point the rights already swept down. Is it a matter of dropping the rig in, letting it drift away with the current and popping it every so often?

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