Ben Shors, of Pullman, lets out his line, counting the number of revolutions on his reel in order to put the plug behind the boat a certain distance prescribed by the fishing guide. The anglers let the current take their plugs downstream behind the boat at different distances to prevent tangling with one another’s lines.

Rich Landers / The Spokesman-Review

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