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You got any fishing superstitions when the action is slow?

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  • rudyglove27
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    No.

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  • hunt_fish_sleep
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    Anytime the fish stop biting, lose focus on fishing and start doing something else. Murphy's law requires that the fish bite the instant you are not prepared.

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  • HillbillyDeluxe
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    I like to try something that I think would never work, something ugly.

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  • wsimien
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    My old man used to tell me "when the cows are laying down then just turn on around" Now I like to cast my nets (line) on the other side of the boat. It worked for the apostles.

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  • Golfing Sportsman
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    When i am ready to leave i always give myself 10 more casts and i count them out, if i get a strike or catch a fish the count goes back up to 10, This has made me late for diner more than once when i was younger.

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  • ishawooa
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    Sort of what Jim in Mo said, here in Wyoming the old boys swear "When the wind's from the east the fishing is the least".

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  • Armchair Mike
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    I always carry at least one baitcasting rig. Nothing provokes a strike from a big fish like a horrendous backlash.

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  • streack
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    Take a slug of whiskey for the doubles you will be landing in about five minutes.

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  • Jim in Mo
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    We schedule our fishing around the wind. If it's gonna blow from the east we rarely go.

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  • Beekeeper
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    When they aren't biting we just say, "you aren't holding you mouth right."

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  • Christian Emter
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    Either try something else before you get frustrated.

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  • Michael Sutherin
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    I've got a superstition. When fish don't seem to be biting, (and I'm fishing w/bait) I like to walk away and not pay attention to my rod(s). It seems like the fish know when I turn my back and then decide to take the bait. I know it's stupid but a watched bobber seldom goes under...

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  • steve182
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    Saltwater fishing, whip it out and relieve yourself. This almost always leads to a fish biting while you are occupied

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  • You got any fishing superstitions when the action is slow?

    You got any fishing superstitions when the action is slow?

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