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Old 01-12-2013, 10:00 PM
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Default Re: Fishing log books?

Used to keep one religiously! Unfortunatly got lazy and thought I could remember dates etc but not the case.
When I did it was date, weather , fish, tides or cfs ,what worked and what didn't ,noticeable hatches or bait . Then anything unusual or anyone doing well. It's a great tool when you keep up with it especially on migratory fish and andromodus species. Didn't write a book just simple notes. Helped to remember when certain things started to heat up! Still look at my old ones now and then to pinpoint some runs!
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