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Follow Up To Mark Perry - What Technique Will You Focus On Next Year? #10418427 11/18/14 02:53 AM
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I will continue to improve on deep water ... structure, ledges and deep points with jigs, spoons and large t - right worms.


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Re: Follow Up To Mark Perry - What Technique Will You Focus On Next Year? [Re: TexBbq] #10418487 11/18/14 03:13 AM
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Re: Follow Up To Mark Perry - What Technique Will You Focus On Next Year? [Re: TexBbq] #10418512 11/18/14 03:21 AM
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I will continue to explore more deep structure techniques


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Re: Follow Up To Mark Perry - What Technique Will You Focus On Next Year? [Re: Worm Dunk] #10418526 11/18/14 03:24 AM
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Originally Posted By: Worm dunk
I will continue to explore more deep structure techniques


This for me will spend more time learning a swimbait this next year too

Re: Follow Up To Mark Perry - What Technique Will You Focus On Next Year? [Re: TexBbq] #10418533 11/18/14 03:28 AM
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I honestly don't know. Not trying to sound like a smart arse when I say hopefully back to cashing checks and fishing better. The lakes we are fishing next year are gonna take a solid effort each day to do well and gonna have to catch them different ways. Looking forward to it and should be on the water more than I have in the last 2 years so that should help too. This past year it just felt like I was always a step behind in the tournaments we fished and with less time on the water I had little to contribute at times. Just never found my rhythm. I have no natural ability so I have to be on the water a lot to do well.

Re: Follow Up To Mark Perry - What Technique Will You Focus On Next Year? [Re: TexBbq] #10418560 11/18/14 03:37 AM
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Gonna try to improve on deep water fishing. My confidence is little to none passed 15 ft.

Re: Follow Up To Mark Perry - What Technique Will You Focus On Next Year? [Re: TexBbq] #10418570 11/18/14 03:40 AM
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Throw more variety of colors in jigs.. and throw more stoopid crankbaits!

Re: Follow Up To Mark Perry - What Technique Will You Focus On Next Year? [Re: TexBbq] #10418583 11/18/14 03:44 AM
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I'm going to try to focus on deep cranking and fishing a jerkbait deep. I have the confidence in a jerkbait, I just have to find the fish deeper. So that would be the other thing, finding deep fish. I need to improve on fishing deeper. I end up in the 0-12ft range way too much.


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Re: Follow Up To Mark Perry - What Technique Will You Focus On Next Year? [Re: TexBbq] #10418590 11/18/14 03:46 AM
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Im looking to spend more time throwing deep water swim baits, both plastic and hard.


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Re: Follow Up To Mark Perry - What Technique Will You Focus On Next Year? [Re: TexBbq] #10418822 11/18/14 11:46 AM
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I'm going to expand on what I did this year. Time management on the water. I only get about 15 hours per month to go fishing. Just try to get better and not wasting time. Pick the best areas before you get to the lake,keep the trolling motor down and don't make bad cast. Also keeping that MB I-slide in my hands more

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Re: Follow Up To Mark Perry - What Technique Will You Focus On Next Year? [Re: TexBbq] #10418898 11/18/14 01:20 PM
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Jerkbait over the winter--told myself I was gonna do it last year, but stopped throwing it after two fishing trips

I focused this year way too much on quantity instead of quality--I was hurried all the time, chasing a pattern.
Spend more time finding a good deeper structure area, anchoring and fishing with more patience, more simplicity, and way slower.


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Re: Follow Up To Mark Perry - What Technique Will You Focus On Next Year? [Re: Mark Perry] #10418904 11/18/14 01:24 PM
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Originally Posted By: Mark Perry
I honestly don't know. I have no natural ability so I have to be on the water a lot to do well.

That pretty much says it all for this one as well!
More time on the water, God willing....


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Re: Follow Up To Mark Perry - What Technique Will You Focus On Next Year? [Re: TexBbq] #10418908 11/18/14 01:26 PM
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Had our 2nd kiddo this year and my time on the water has been very limited. So that's my answer as well. But if I had to pick a technique I'd really like to focus more on, it would probably be deep cranking.


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Re: Follow Up To Mark Perry - What Technique Will You Focus On Next Year? [Re: Mark Perry] #10418915 11/18/14 01:31 PM
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Originally Posted By: Mark Perry
I honestly don't know. I have no natural ability so I have to be on the water a lot to do well.


Dont sell yourself short mark. We have fished alot together thru the years and you have ability. Were gonna catch em'.

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