for most species with planning the answer is yes! critters like Muskies can be problematic but even in a boat for most people, they are not something you catch 30 in a day!
One thing I found when I started euro fishing, because its a bank bound affair you have to plan, water craft, the understanding of what going on under the water in front of your swim is of Uber importance, being bank bound does have some advantages over a boat..stealth..fish that are naturally wary become BIG fish...methods of chumming to draw fish in, the right gear, etc will make your job easier.
Huge brown Trout are suckers for dead baiting, using "quick strike" rigs allow fish to be hooked to be released unharmed. hair rigging a spring like found on a dough ball treble hook is deadly for rainbows on Taney, just pull them off with pliers. Power bait works awesome that way, and far less likely to gut hook the fish.
when we get wind ripping in the fall, White Bass can stack up on shad blown to the bank, a classic pattern on Stockton, netting shad, keeping them on ice then tossing in a few will catch you some monster whites. You will pick up bonus bass and walleyes that way...warmer November days with a strong SW wind make waves crashing into rocky no nothing banks, with fish in just inches of water...you fish from 5 feet out to right on the bank....casting to the left and right of you will land more fish that chunking to deeper water!..big rooster tails. small buzz baits with a stinger hook will at times be hot and heavy..a dead bait a cast length out in about 5-6 foot from the bank, with a fresh killed shad will land the biggest fish.