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MuskyBandit
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Daily Subscription Msg 1 Posted: 10:04 PM 02/07/06 (CST)
Thought I would start a thread anyone could make a contribution to in order to help others improve there multi-species fishing success.....sharing and learning from others IS the key!!!

I have a few

1) Keep it simple. Less is more sometimes, but purchase quality stuff: Rods - Reels - Baits - Leaders - Release Tools, Rain-gear, etc...they last longer, perform better and cost you less money and headaches in the long run.

2) Never go fishing without the proper release tools, even if you intend to keep a few of whatever species your targeting.

3) Fish Deeper........Fish in the Weeds........and Fish Slower!

4) Tune your baits an re-tie your line often.

5) Sometimes SPEEEED Kills and you cant burn a bucktail fast enough!!!

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Scumfrog
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Daily Subscription Msg 2 Posted: 07:04 AM 02/08/06 (CST)
It's better to have it and not need it. Then need it and not have it.

That's why I have 6 tackle boxes.. HA-HA.


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Daily Subscription Msg 3 Posted: 12:25 PM 03/06/06 (CST)
And I assure you he does have six boxes - because they've all been in my boat before (at once!)





MuskyBandit
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Daily Subscription Msg 4 Posted: 02:11 PM 03/09/06 (CST)
Bump.

I know there are alot of very highly skilled anglers out there that could add something to this thread that might help other anglers out.......Boat control, tackle up-keep and maintnance, presentations, seasonal observations........Anyone? Anyone?



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Dice183
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Daily Subscription Msg 5 Posted: 02:48 PM 03/09/06 (CST)
you know those knots they have on the back of some of those lure boxes...use them. ive tied a knot like that and it has never come undone even when caught or snagged.


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Bkchero
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Daily Subscription Msg 6 Posted: 04:48 PM 03/09/06 (CST)
If you are serious about repeating a good catch, keep a good log book with all conditions applicable to your location including catch (of course), water temps, air temps, current, moon phase, tides, barometric pressure, baits used, presentation, etc. It doesn't take long and can be very helpful. In So. Fla. for example we know the offshore bite is generally worst when the moon is full and a west wind is blowing, those are weekends we spend with the family.
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Daily Subscription Msg 7 Posted: 06:29 AM 03/10/06 (CST)
A tube of super glue (I use the jell type) comes in handy when fishing any plastics.



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Daily Subscription Msg 8 Posted: 09:55 AM 03/13/06 (CST)
The best fishing tip I can offer is to fish a lot. Fish a water that's near you and fish it often. It's surprising how many smaller lakes have excellent supplies of fish, but are not fished heavily at all.

By taking the time to fish a particular body of water thoroughly, you'll increase your catch and learn that particular place better than almost anyone.

Besides, if the water's nearby, you can visit it more easily and fish it more often.


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MuskyBandit
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Daily Subscription Msg 9 Posted: 06:21 PM 03/15/06 (CST)
To kind of piggy-back off The Mineral Man and spending time learning a lake.

Learn about "Secondary Structure". Locate and Study it carefully, preferably with an Aqua-Vu if you have one.

Once you learn how to locate these structures you will be able to figure it out within minutes on a new lake you've never seen before.



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