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Who watches for fish on film? #14113417 08/30/21 02:35 PM
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Anytime I am watching a movie or tv if they show water on the screen I find myself looking for rising fish. Anyone else do this? I actually see them quite often. Also if you watch coverage of a golf tournament you will see fish rise in the water hazards. Who else does this?

Re: Who watches for fish on film? [Re: fishrdude] #14113757 08/30/21 06:37 PM
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Anytime I am within sight of a body of water, I scan the top water. I can't say I look for it on film, unless its blatantly obvious.

Re: Who watches for fish on film? [Re: fishrdude] #14113843 08/30/21 07:35 PM
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I'm a huge golf fan. While watching the PGA on TV I always fantasize about fishing the ponds on the courses. They've got to be completely stocked with monsters, well at least in my head. Lol

There's a few good stories about some pros catching giant bass out of some of the ponds at Augusta National... must be nice!

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