There's more than meets the eye when it comes to drop shot fishing
I popped in the house from work yesterday to see the new issue of my Bassmaster magazine sitting on the counter. First off, I knew that it was a miracle that one of my boys hadn’t swiped it. I figured if I wanted to be the first to peruse its crisp pages I better not waste my opportunity.
As I sat down and looked at the cover the heading jumped out at me. It was talking about how a certain Elite Series pro was a better drop-shot fisherman then us, the readers, and why. Well, no argument here, I’m sure he is a much better angler at this particular technique than I am. What struck me though was the technique itself.
Drop-shot fishing has had a tumultuous history here in the United States. My own experiences attest to this fact. After my eyes finished scanning the headline, my mind drifted back to a tournament on Lake Champlain I fished many years ago; a tournament where this technique and I had a head-to-head conflict.
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