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    Quote Originally Posted by Damion Kidd View Post
    Does it not take away the anticipation of the thump when you see it coming??Serious question,not being a butt because if I could afford I’d have one too. I just wondered if it was different.


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    Not really ...biggest pitfall to scope fishing ( or sniping as I call it ) is the disappointment of seeing fish come up to jig and not bite ! That gets frustrating sometimes however I do get a lot of satisfaction of seeing fish in open water , chasing them down , getting a jig in front of them and of coarse the THUMP ! Actually seeing fish react and chase a lot of times is as fun ( to me ) as the actual catch ( assuming there is a catch ) If you ever fish behind me and my partner you will hear a lot of " here he come , here he come Oooooooooo " It maybe a different mind set then old school blind dipping but I really enjoy it ! Certainly not for everyone and not trying to change anyones fishing style bottom line is I like to catch fish and the new electronics has helped me do that !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Damion Kidd View Post
    Does it not take away the anticipation of the thump when you see it coming??Serious question,not being a butt because if I could afford Iíd have one too. I just wondered if it was different.


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    For me, now I catch the ones that don't thump. Still get the trill of the thump on the other. When that fish points up at a 45 degree angle, get ready.
    I will leave this world with a crappie pole in my hand. Begging the grim reaper for one more thump.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Centurion View Post
    When that fish points up at a 45 degree angle, get ready.

    ^^^^ THIS ! ^^^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    Nothing like sitting in a kayak and having a 6 foot gator surface a paddle length away. It is exhilarating
    Maybe for the gator!
    Not for me!!!!! Lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Adams View Post
    Maybe for the gator!
    Not for me!!!!! Lol


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    The gator could care less you were there. If anything you would be a potential food item.
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    Quote Originally Posted by DockShootinJack View Post
    The gator could care less you were there. If anything you would be a potential food item.
    Thatís my point exactly.
    I would freak out I saw one while in a kayak for sure. Not even want to be in any style boat with them around.
    Guarantee I wouldnít lip a fish under those conditions either. Lol


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    I stepped on something years ago and it swam out from under my foot. NOWAY never again.... shivering in my closet ..
    Quote Originally Posted by BroKenneth View Post
    Wading in the spring.


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    Quote Originally Posted by catchNgrease View Post
    I stepped on something years ago and it swam out from under my foot. NOWAY never again.... shivering in my closet ..

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    Lol. Iíve had things bump into my legs before. Walked right into a cottonmouth one time. He was laying up in a bunch of vines hanging off a Cyprus tree. Still love it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Adams View Post
    That’s my point exactly.
    I would freak out I saw one while in a kayak for sure. Not even want to be in any style boat with them around.
    Guarantee I wouldn’t lip a fish under those conditions either. Lol


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    That struggling fish would bring it's own unwanted attention.
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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