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Originally Posted by ez2cdave View Post





Go to Google and search for these EXACT terms ( Copy & Paste ) . . . Normally, I would have posted direct links, but SOL doesn't allow that .



(1) "how to read the sea" "fishing" "part 1"



(2) "how to read the sea" "fishing" "part 2"


I was trying to get a good read and learn something myself but you need to be a member of this site to view writing =/


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I have been here less than a week, but I am learning so much. Thank you for this great fishing resource.  - Al

 

Al,

 

Welcome to the forum . . . Tight Lines !

 

Dave

"Fishing is our Handshake, our Language. A Heritage that binds us together. A Passage our fathers took. A Journey that lasts a lifetime, that we have begun again with our sons and daughters." George "Gowge" Pope
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Been a while since I read this, as said many times...excellent original post and great follow up comments and pictures by other contributors

 

*** one trick I'll add is looking for differences in the sand. Larger shells and aggregates( rocks, ect) and debri can sometimes tip you off to structure/ currents...the theory being they were deposited by stronger currents and usually stronger currents are created by structure. Not always the case but sometimes

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The problem with common sense is that it's not that common

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