A short vid series about scouting.

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Re: A short vid series about scouting.

Post by mazman » Fri May 29, 2015 10:28 pm

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Flathead37 wrote:The only way you get good at something is to keep going it , A bit of a cliché I know but it's true, look forward to having a fish with you when my hand is healed :thumbsup: Cheers Mick
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Re: A short vid series about scouting.

Post by jsonh » Wed Aug 05, 2015 11:50 am

DougieK, you are my hero man, always love your post!!!

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Post by DougieK » Wed Aug 05, 2015 3:33 pm

jsonh wrote:DougieK, you are my hero man, always love your post!!!
Thanks J.

You can read the report from when I finally got to fish that ledge here. viewtopic.php?f=142&t=13717&hilit=caddy

If you take note of the dates, yes it actually took me that long to find the right conditions to do it.
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Re: A short vid series about scouting.

Post by BIG GAV » Wed Aug 05, 2015 3:48 pm

Doesn't luck play a part in rock fishing?? Must just be my fishing
If I'm not fishing, I'd rather be fishing!

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Re: A short vid series about scouting.

Post by DougieK » Wed Aug 05, 2015 4:40 pm

BIG GAV wrote:Doesn't luck play a part in rock fishing?? Must just be my fishing

In my opinion luck plays a part in just about everything. What you can do is stack the odds in favour of your own success.
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Re: A short vid series about scouting.

Post by barra mick » Wed Aug 05, 2015 7:26 pm

DougieK wrote:
BIG GAV wrote:Doesn't luck play a part in rock fishing?? Must just be my fishing

In my opinion luck plays a part in just about everything. What you can do is stack the odds in favour of your own success.
thats so true
you gotta hav a crack even if yr just pissin in the wind



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Re: A short vid series about scouting.

Post by CarlG » Wed Aug 05, 2015 7:32 pm

DougieK wrote:
BIG GAV wrote:Doesn't luck play a part in rock fishing?? Must just be my fishing

In my opinion luck plays a part in just about everything. What you can do is stack the odds in favour of your own success.
And the harder we work, the luckier we get..
Got couta..?

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Re: A short vid series about scouting.

Post by 4liters » Wed Aug 05, 2015 7:34 pm

BIG GAV wrote:Doesn't luck play a part in rock fishing?? Must just be my fishing
Probably less so than any other kind of fishing. If you fish a remote ledge that has been fished maybe once previously in the last year you'll get a lot more luck than on some overfished pier getting pestered by day trippers wanting to know if there are fish around.
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