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Old 10-26-2011, 11:02 AM
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Default Re: How do you measure success?

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Originally Posted by possessed View Post
Cool report even if the fishing was a bit slow.

Success can be a weird thing. I always enjoy fishing, regardless of how many I catch. I will not lie, I do get caught up on the numbers thing. For me, I like to catch at least 30 fish and usually fish until I do, unless it's a really unusually slow day and I know I will never hit that number. If I don't catch 30, I am disappointed, I know I shouldn't be, but I am.
What are you fishing for, bluegill? I've seldom had 30 trout days, probably only a hanful of times. Even if I'm counting numbers I count 5-10 as a pretty successful outing. Sounds like a fish story to me LOL! Just kidding, but I'm jealous if your hooking up with 30 trout a day on a regular basis.
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