Beating the crowds
How to avoid stepping on each other's toes when fishing
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How come the best and most productive fishing spots are always close to parking lots?
Mostly because anglers are lazy. Most of us will fish close to parking lots because we don't want to walk. And when many people gather close to the places with easy access, these places automatically become productive - simply because more anglers catch more fish. But it also means crowding and fish that have been fished over again and again.
The best way to beat the crowds is simply to walk. It will lead you away from people and may even show you new and unfished water with rarely fished fish.
A short podcast today, but better than silence...
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Published January 6th 2007
Duration 16 minutes and 42 seconds
File size 15.31 Mb