up-current

up-current

n
(General Physics) another word for updraught
Translations

up-current

[ˈʌpˈkʌrənt] N (Aer) → corriente f ascendente

up-current

n (Aviat) → Aufwind m, → Aufströmung f
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The instant you stop your rod on the forward stroke, extend your rod hand up-current on a plane parallel to the water.
Boats are constantly hopscotching up-current in big numbers.
In brisk currents, in water over 200 feet deep, there is no discernible impact on water quality: the water up-current of the cage is indistinguishable from that down-current of the cage.
In addition, our crew continues to scan and look up-current off the bow for incoming floating debris and weed lines.
He targeted the up-current end of slightly submerged main-river islands that narrowed as they sloped into deeper water.
Plan to drop anchor well up-current from the fishing spot.
Anchoring up-current of the oyster bar allows you to fish straight down current, keeping the bow out of your line.
Chances are you'll find the better fish marks are just up-current of the wreck and at a consistent depth.