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Old 10-13-2011, 05:35 PM
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Default Re: Proper Stream Educate

- on crowded water look around and see what is customary- then be better than that.

- if you are fishing a run that is shared by several anglers and you snag the bottom, break it off.

- when walking the stream watch for people's backcasts, and when you're fishing watch for people behind you.

- be helpful, if someone asks for advice or what is working let them know, in most cased there is plenty of fish to go around.

- if you are in a drift boat and you come up to some shoals that are being fished, get out of the boat so you can quietly move the boat close to the bank and not disturb the other anglers.

- when someone has a big fish on, reel in and get out of their way.

- watch your language. you may talk like a sailor around your friends but there are people that are on the river for a meditative moment and find it disturbing to hear the f-bomb dropped every time you miss a fish.

- if you have a flask of single malt scotch (preferably Glenmorangie) and you see me offer to share
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