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A good thing to do when fishing is to break tradition and start a new technique. You may surprise yourself. It just may be the secret that makes you the best angler out there some days. Do not be closed-minded and try the same techniques every time out, your results will not vary. Just a thought. I also would like if some of you would give examples on how you've broken tradtion, and had success with a new technique.
 

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Nice waterwolves! Whadley, I wonder if that trout just thought maybe a HUGE grasshopper just got blown into the water and he greedily slurped it up, despite other food. Good story.
Yesterday, I was fishing pike depths/location that seemed to me usually superb for any lake, especially one like this. The first dropoff off of the shore and on either side of the weededge, one side 5 fow the other side 11 fow were where I was fishing. No bites in two different areas of the lake in similar spots for several hours, during the prime time. I had shoreline contour, cover, depth, and forage (read, bluegill and carp) down. What was I missing? I had no idea except that the PIKE WEREN'T BITING or they weren't there. I noticed a few people getting a few flags seemingly out in the middle of nowhere on the lake in 13-18 fow. So I did this and it worked. I still don't know why but it did. It made no sense to me and it still doesn't :D We also got a pike when it was pitch black yesterday too................
 
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