Thursday, June 17, 2010

Fishing Lessons from Robert Duvall

How patient are you when fishing?

Are you the angler who exits the parking lot and throws the fly in the first hole encountered before you get your boots wet? Or are you the angler who slowly approaches the water, observes and surveys the water, bugs, sunlight, glare, and looks for feeding fish? You observe the situation and then apply your new gained knowledge while fishing.

Going in rods a blazing (baby bull) might get you a fish, but it most likely will scare fish away (and think of all the people who fish that first hole, that place is worn out). Going in slow and observing (papa bull) will get you a better understanding of what is going on and should get you more fish. 

Take a lesson from Robert Duvall.
Kids, put on your earmuffs. Language is not suitable for you.


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