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Happned to me at RRSP, was there and caught a trout., told my neighbor about it and the next time I went there there people all over everywhere. Some from far away as Texas. From now on it's shhhss! caught nothing saw nothing wasn't even there etc and so on

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there is a reason all fishers must be liars, we got to protect them fish, even the carp and trout;

evil forces are out there.

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7 hours ago, tjm said:

Happned to me at RRSP, was there and caught a trout., told my neighbor about it and the next time I went there there people all over everywhere. Some from far away as Texas. From now on it's shhhss! caught nothing saw nothing wasn't even there etc and so on

Now I know who to blame when I go to RRSP and there are people fishing in my pool. Thanks a lot! You even got the state to call it a trout park. Now everyone knows you can catch trout there. What's next are they going to post signs on what types of lures and bait that they will bite like in this section use flies only?!?

Thats almost as bad as MODOT putting up those deer crossing signs in the spot where the deer can get hit by cars. Never understood why they don't move the deer crossings to a safer place for the deer.

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Those deer crossings are excellent spots for road hunting, I'm told. It seems deer come from all over to cross at those places. No bait required. If I knew where to get one of those signs like that I'd put it up in my back forty.

Sure sorry about blabbing about that trout place,  Johnsfolly. Wife always said I talk too much.

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2 minutes ago, tjm said:

Those deer crossings are excellent spots for road hunting, I'm told. It seems deer come from all over to cross at those places. No bait required. If I knew where to get one of those signs like that I'd put it up in my back forty.

Sure sorry about blabbing about that trout place,  Johnsfolly. Wife always said I talk too much.

Me too. Loose lips sink ships.

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58 minutes ago, tjm said:

Those deer crossings are excellent spots for road hunting, I'm told. It seems deer come from all over to cross at those places. No bait required. If I knew where to get one of those signs like that I'd put it up in my back forty.

Sure sorry about blabbing about that trout place,  Johnsfolly. Wife always said I talk too much.

Hey if you find out where to get those signs let me know I could use them. I haven't seen many deer in the spots I have been hunting lately.

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4.       Never ever talk about your tactics. You figured that all out on your own and nobody needs to know that.

I know this list was done in a slightly "tongue and cheek" manner but I would hope this rule would not be followed here.  I hope tactics and techniques would be shared/taught/written about to a certain extent.  I know it is now (a little), and I, and many others, do appreciate it.

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I can blab all I want since I always target fish as shallow as I can possibly catch them.  Everyone these days wants to fish deep enough that they can use their sonar toys.  If they fished the water that I fish they'd never get to use them.  :)

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1 hour ago, fishinwrench said:

I can blab all I want since I always target fish as shallow as I can possibly catch them.  Everyone these days wants to fish deep enough that they can use their sonar toys.  If they fished the water that I fish they'd never get to use them.  :)

Not me! I only want to fish where I can walk in  the water. If I have to use sonar, depth charges are in order.

Always nice if there are some bushes handy too.

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