Tackle for Wee Lures
If you're fishing larger rivers where you can wade into open water or where overhead bank cover isn't a problem, spinning rods to 7 feet are great as long as they have soft, flexible action. I like the extra length for "placing" the featherweights in holes and around current breaks such as rocks or submerged logs. This is where a casting bubble might come in handy, too, depending on how much water you've got to work with. In smaller streams, shorter ultralight spinning rods will probably work better and be more manageable in close quarters.