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WHAT'S YOUR PREFERED METHOD... GUN AND RUN OR STAY AND SLAY?

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I prefer to work a few spots and fish the heck out of them. A lot of fellows will stop, make two or three casts,and wham, they are gone in a flash. I realize that it all depends on whether or not your spots are productive...which determines if you'll continue the chase...however it seems like quite a few fellows are more in to motoring all over the place without giving their spots a reasonable chance to produce.

I have taken more recently to walking a beach one mile and casting back to my original starting off point...and this has been very productive. I tried the gun and run routine...and that was much less productive for me.

WHAT DO YOU PREFER AS A STRATEGY...gun and run or stay and slay?

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Most anglers do both..that's true, but there are some guys who will not even budge. This one fellow that i know picks a spot and blitz or no blitz , he just stays there and hammers the spot. His theory..the fish are going to come by and he'll be there to pick them off. And he catches a sheet load of fish!! I don't necessarily prefer that type of passive fishing, however for some people that seems to work.

Some of the jetties that I have fished almost always hold fish and if you devote enough time to the spot...it could take an hour or two...you are usually in to fish within that period. But...I see a lot of folk who just get tired of casting and they move after a few minutes.

i see guys fishing the sand ...ten casts...no hits...they're out of there. I like to give a spot a chance to produce. To each their own.

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