I hope to use this blog as an avenue to express my thoughts and adventures of all of my fishing expeditions and any other journeys I may undertake.
Saturday, June 11, 2011
Fishing Pressured Water Verses UnPressured Waters
This experience showed me the vast difference in waters that have a lot of fishing pressure, such as Smith Lake verses waters like we fished. Anyone could have go to this lake and caught fish, even if you wasn't trying, it was that easy. I told my buddy before we left that if fishing was like this on every trip then I might get bored, because the challenge would be gone. The challenge of trying to figure out what the fish are hitting and how to use the lure is what makes fishing so interesting to me, but a trip like this one is not bad for the ego. Sorry guys no images on this one, because I consider all these fish tame.
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We don't care if the fish are tame, we just like pictures. It's nice to fish an unpressured water every once in a while (as you said good for the ego), but I can imagine it could get boring.ReplyDelete
Both types of waters serve a purpose. I like the pressured waters also but some days you need a place where they bite every cast!ReplyDelete
Hi Bill, no problems with no pictures. I just love reading your fishing posts and thoughts on fishing techniques. If the Owner of the pond wasn't so picky about how many folks he had fishing there, then his pond would be much like all the other neighborhood ponds.ReplyDelete
You might say this lake is like a dose of medication for the angler who needs some pick-me-up thanks for the comment
It was amazing how fish react to seeing the same lures all the time. After time the know what is real and not real. That is why I am always trying new lures and techniques. Thanks for the comment
I agree, my grandson will be big enough in a few years to carry fishing and I would want to carry him to this place. He needs to be successful on some of his first outings. Thanks for the comment
It's always fun to get into fat water like that. Makes me want to get out exploring...ReplyDelete
A trip like that is good every once in a while. Thanks for the commnet