Lots of good points there! LMAO. I agree about the log, its more about seasonal pattern and maybe colors on specific bodies water, than a day to day list. ****, go fish, that's whats fun, and trying to figure out the pattern. Lack of short term memory can be a good thing.Derp. ****... I smoked a metric fuckton of weed off of coke cans back in the day, and I can hardly remember my name, but I don't need a damned spreadsheet to figger out where to fish.
If I get too gripped about what exact week I went to a specific fishery and had success, I look at the date that I uploaded the pics to photobucket. Whenever I try to pin down a bite that specifically, I am usually really dissapointed.
Embarce the tech that you have at your fingertips, man. jeebus.
The only modern application of pen and paper, or a printout for that matter, is poetry. It is best to have a singular, physical, instance of poetry. That way it is easy to burn when you sober up.
The only modern application of pen and paper, or a printout for that matter, is poetry.
I started doing logs in late 90's, its fun to look back at them but sometimes very sad, I have one from 98 at Blue Mesa were I logged 14 lakers in one day 25, 26, 30, 31.5, [email protected], 33, [email protected], 37, 2 @38, 39, caught out of a 12' row boat with a electric trolling moter and and old clamp on Fishin buddy fish finder. Nowadys, ill hit the same spots with 150 horse 17' boat, GPS, I-pilot and can't even come close to a day like that. The Lake trout killing operations sure have had a significant impact on the laker fishing. Funny thing is, the mid to late 90's were some of the best kokanne years. Just Sayin.