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.
Blocking erosion up-current means that no sediments are transported down-current, leaving those areas starved of sediment and vulnerable to erosion.
Pulled up-current with heavier jigs, we got no bites.
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.
Usually, one will start up-current (behind) the last boat in line and put out their lines or divers.
Boats are constantly hopscotching up-current in big numbers.
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.
Cast up-current, allowing your lure to sink to bottom, and retrieve with a steady reeling action.
The instant you stop your rod on the forward stroke, extend your rod hand up-current on a plane parallel to the water.