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Bill Dance Saltwater keeps you on the edge...the edge of America’s coastal waters fishing for some of the best inshore, and offshore saltwater species there are! Tarpon, Redfish, Snook, Bonefish, Trout and Sheephead along with many other species, fill the shows with lots of fun and you can even gain a little knowledge from some of the area's best guides. With a new episode added weekly to Bill Dance Outdoors and Bill Dance Fishing YouTube Channel, tag along as Bill, and the occasional guest, try and land some of your favorite game fish. And best of all, as the show's slogan says..."Yes! YOU can do this"! So climb aboard and check out Bill Dance Saltwater!
Posted: November 26th, 2014 by Bill Dance
“How long should I fish a place before I move on?”
I’ve been asked that more times than Dalmatians have spots; and sometimes in one day, especially if I might be at a sporting event where a ton of anglers are around.
Some might say this is a beginner’s question. But actually, after several casts and throwing everything, including the famed kitchen sink at ‘em, the question: “Is it time to move on?” is often in the back of the mind of even the most seasoned veteran of the bass boat.
Fishermen have long been pondered just how long they should work to catch fish in a location. The whole ordeal is littered with question marks. Am I throwing the right bait? Am I fish the right depth? Is my presentation the best?
Sure, in time (and sweat and effort), the answer may become very obvious: “It’s just not happening; I gotta move.” But the question is always there; so let’s address it.
Confidence is the key. The moment confidence fades from the scene, it’s time to move on…or at the very least, it’s time to re-stock your faith in your ability.
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