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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It is key for your bait to be traveling the same way as the current, so cast up-current and allow the bait to settle to the bottom by counting it down numerically by depth.
Boats are constantly hopscotching up-current in big numbers.
When casting, be sure to throw cross-current or slightly up-current depending on the water depth and velocity.
Because trout watch up-current, cast your line above the spot where you see or hope to find fish, and contrive to let your fly drift downstream without dragging.
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.
He targeted the up-current end of slightly submerged main-river islands that narrowed as they sloped into deeper water.
When you find the fish popping the surface, cast a weightless or lightly-weighted shrimp up-current and let the tide do the work, keeping just enough tension on your line to feel a bite.
Here's an effective drill: Get upwind or up-current of the feeding fish, birds (dipping terns or gulls) or bait pods you spot and shut your motor down.
The instant you stop your rod on the forward stroke, extend your rod hand up-current on a plane parallel to the water.
In addition, our crew continues to scan and look up-current off the bow for incoming floating debris and weed lines.
Plan to drop anchor well up-current from the fishing spot.