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    Default The Big "C"???

    Hi all,
    I'm reading the In-fishermans Critical Conceps and I came across a term I can't quite figure out. The refer to it as the The Big "C" (compromise) I've read this section a couple of time but I can not for the life of me understand what they are talking about. Anyone understand this better than I?

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    Try the big “C”… For Compromise!
    Back in the days when you were single, it was very likely that most, if not all, the time, you got to do things your way. Then you get married and have to do the big C For Compromise! I think you are over thinking the term.

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    thanks, I'll reread it with this in mind

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    eriksat1 is correct. Too many time people go to the lake with a certain bait in mind which is what they want to use that day. My theme is always give the fish what they want and not what you want to feed them. The fish will tell you what they want to eat and how they want it, if you will just listen to them. That comes with experience and time on the water. Learn all you can about the habits and habitat of what ever species of fish you are after. The more knowledgeable about these 2 things, the better fisherman you will become. EB
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eager Beaver View Post
    eriksat1 is correct. Too many time people go to the lake with a certain bait in mind which is what they want to use that day. My theme is always give the fish what they want and not what you want to feed them. The fish will tell you what they want to eat and how they want it, if you will just listen to them. That comes with experience and time on the water. Learn all you can about the habits and habitat of what ever species of fish you are after. The more knowledgeable about these 2 things, the better fisherman you will become. EB
    Great wisdom!

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