Don’t give up. That’s what I want to talk about today—finding those hidden hotspots, those real gems that you can go back to time after time after time.
But here’s the point: When you’re looking for new potential areas, new hotspots, you can’t just fish a good-looking area once and give up on it. Some spots are better in the morning, some spots are
better in the afternoon, some spots are better still right at last light. Then again, seasons also matter. Some good spots are better in the spring, some produce best in the summer, others are
really good in the late fall.
You want to go back if you find one of those great-looking areas that have potential. Fish it a number of times before you give up on it. Sooner or later, you’re likely gonna put it together with the right set of conditions that allow you to mark that as a waypoint and have it become a new favourite honey-hole!
Happy Fish’n,Gord “The Doc” Pyzer