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Old 03-28-2018, 03:15 PM
Moff Moff is offline
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The quickest way to learn a great deal is to hire a guide for a month and go fishing with him for 10 hours a day for the month.

You will have a detailed knowledge on how to fill the boat with fish. It will cost you a couple of $$, but you will have a much greater knowledge of fishing and excellent techniques.

Good luck

Yes, brilliant suggestion REW. Looking up a charter, it is $669 a day, times 30 days is $20,070. Perfect thing to suggest to a person that doesn't fish.

https://www.getmyboat.com/fishing-ch...-cabin--101143
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Old 04-01-2018, 11:42 PM
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The quickest way to learn a great deal is to hire a guide for a month and go fishing with him for 10 hours a day for the month.

You will have a detailed knowledge on how to fill the boat with fish. It will cost you a couple of $$, but you will have a much greater knowledge of fishing and excellent techniques.

Good luck

Done, already found someone to guide me and I'll finally be start fishing this weekend! Thanks.
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Old 04-01-2018, 11:45 PM
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For those who have replied, a really big thanks! I've already done your advise to find a guide and talked to some fishing shop owners and learned some. I'll finally be fishing this weekend so Wish me luck!
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