Friday, July 24, 2009
Reiterating a really good point
I was just browsing through the Aug/Sept issue of FLW Outdoors magazine when I ran across in article by David Hart. The article, "One in a Million," discusses fishing on crowded waters. While FLW does have A rule, one single rule, that is very specific and the conditions are rarely met. On smaller lakes crowding is obviously going to be a bigger problem, but the key is treat the other boaters as would want them to treat you. It gets hectic in the fast paced game of tournament fishing, but being able to stay calm and focas on trying to catch fish and no the other anglers can mean the difference between knowing when to move on and when to stick it out. It's always a gamble either way. You never know how the fish will react to sudden pressure, as in the event of a tournament. All you can do is play the cards you were delt. Just remember to play nice. Great article David.