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Drifting boats and etiquette afloat

by Neil Grose

Fishing is a past time that by its very nature is intended to be both relaxing and enjoyable. As the pressures of the modern world increase by the day, many people are increasingly becoming infatuated with the ability of fishing to wash away the stress and anxiety that the working week generates. Yet having said that, the amount of aggression displayed out on the water is becoming greater all the time. Most if not all of this is caused by boats, and in particular the way they are handled.

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Woods Lake 16/1/2013

I just arrived home after a couple of enjoyable days at the Pumphouse bay camp ground at Arthurs Lake. We didn’t do a lot of fishing, but as Monday's weather was calm, Virginia and I decided to take the fly rod over the hill to Woods Lake for a couple of hours.
I am glad we did.

I caught my bag limit of five and Virginia caught two, in a hot little session lasting around one and a half hours.
Whilst we were there I saw a fish come up and take a dun next to the boat that would have been every bit of 8 pounds,... I was flabbergasted!.
Certainly was a memorable experience that we hope to repeat soon.
Regards,
Jim and Virginia.

 

 

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