THIS.I’ve also noticed that some people go fishing every weekend and take home their limit. I’m sure there’s quite a few people that have more than the allowed possession limit filling their freezers. If this continues we won’t have anything left to fish for.
Black out the background with photoshop.Great article, this forum has helped immensely with regard to becoming a better fisherman and that was not a result of being spoon fed information.
What is unfortunate is when I go out, I want to do a report with some of the cool pictures I take during the outing, yet I don't for fear someone might recognize it and call it out. Keep in mind I'm talking specifically about some of my favorite places, places I love because I rarely see anyone else.
I'm not quite to the point of tin foil hats, lead lined underwear and digging a bomb shelter but the other day I was in one of my favorite spots and saw 4 fisherman throughout the day. This, in an area where I had yet to see ANYONE over the course of the last year and a half....makes me wonder if it had received some internet notoriety recently...
One of the main reasons I wanna move out of Colorado, so many damn fisherman. 90% of which don't know what the hell they are really doing. I see fishing videos online from down south of guys fishing ponds with AMAZING fishing and not a person in sight. I go to a randy ass pond here that's lucky to put out 2lb bass and there will be 5 other guys there. Sucks. Especially because fishing is something I do to get away from people. I want to live somewhere that I'm lucky to see 30 people a week. Some guys on the other side are a absolute joke. That "it's my right" bs needs to stopDude I seriously hate people.
Responses like what I seen on other forums when it comes to this link, are the reason why I wish fishing had a 1%er type of culture when it came to solidarity to protecting fisheries.. and keeping the small lakes from being put on total blast.