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Old 03-14-2009, 02:15 PM
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Default Re: What Do You Look For In A Fishing Spot?

Hi Hookem,

Generally a stretch of non stocked water that just looks fishy. Stuff like alternating current (riffles and runs / pools) and if you can find any Belted Kingfisher's or Great Blue Herons around that means that there are fish there.

I guess I learned to look for animals that eat fish and good water conditions. If that is the case and you find fish you may become a believer in my theory.

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