Why Two Anglers Are Better Than One

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It can be frustrating fishing in the boat with someone, fishing seemingly the same water with the same lures and only one of you is catching fish. But we still believe that you can learn a lot and figure fish out faster with two anglers in a boat than you can by yourself. Keep an open mind and be willing to learn on those days from what another angler might figure out when you don’t and vice versa. Two presentations in the water at once can often be a blessing if you pay attention.

We have several more videos from this trip and you’ll see how well we start to figure the fish out as we try different patterns and move around in a fairly small area by paying attention to the mood of the fish and what they react to in terms of lure choices and presentations.

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