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Old 06-26-2007, 08:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone else keep a log of their trips? Ive been using Google Calendar to keep logs of my trips. http://www.google.com/intl/en/googlecalendar/tour.html
Its nice cause its stored remotely. That way you can access it from any computer, if your computer crashes you wont lose it and its ez to use.

I log where I fish, How many bites, location on lake, water temp, water level, fish caught, lure used. etc

give it a try


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Old 06-26-2007, 08:52 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I don't need to. My wife, of twenty seven years, can tell me about every single time I've been fishing.
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I don't either, my memory sucks but I can remember most fishing things easily.
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If its worth remebering I'll remember it. Pictures make a great log for me.
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Old 06-26-2007, 09:24 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Seriously Jay, I agree, a log can provide you with valuable information. Times and dates, weather conditions, baits or lures, techniques that you used, all can provide important information that overtime can help in the planning of future trips, and I know that it is quite difficult for any of us to remember everything.

Also notes on what other fisherman have used and their success or lack of the same, on the day you were fishing, can be a valuable resource. I love to share information with others and have come to realize that if I share what I know, others, in turn, will share with me.

I can't help but think that any information that I can remember or glean from any fishing trip will only make me a better fisherman and also enhance my overall fishing experiance.

Good Luck! Good Fishing!
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I keep a log . I cant imagine the need to do it remotely, I use a pencil and a dayminder calender when I return from the trip.
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I keep a log .* *I cant imagine the need to do it remotely, I use a pencil and a dayminder calender when I return from the trip.
I'm sure that way no one can hack your trip notes either.....
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I keep a log .* *I cant imagine the need to do it remotely, I use a pencil and a dayminder calender when I return from the trip.
I'm sure that way no one can hack your trip notes either.....
And here I had my computer fingers all ready, hehehhe.
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I cant imagine the need to do it remotely, I use a pencil and a dayminder calender when I return from the trip.
A pencil and paper can be lost/stolen/misplaced/destroyed by fire/water, whatever. I thought remotely is good due to the fact it will always be there.


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