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Anglers should be concerned about steelhead, not other anglers

March 24, 2011
Times Observer

Anglers tend to look for secrets, anything perceived as generally unknown, to give them an edge over other anglers. This is wrong right from the start because they should be looking for things that give them an edge over the fish rather than competing with other anglers on the water. This applies even to tournament fishing. Be more concerned with the fish than with other anglers.

 
 

 

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