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Live Scope Depression #14527203 11/06/22 10:42 PM
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Leave it to Blaukat

around the 4:30 mark



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Re: Live Scope Depression [Re: Douglas J] #14527207 11/06/22 10:49 PM
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What a crybaby wuss.


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Re: Live Scope Depression [Re: Douglas J] #14527248 11/07/22 12:00 AM
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I’m not depressed and I don’t have Livescope.

Re: Live Scope Depression [Re: Douglas J] #14527254 11/07/22 12:04 AM
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roflmao maybe Randy needs to go back to fishing Bass Clubs, since he can’t hang with the young’s.

Re: Live Scope Depression [Re: Douglas J] #14527272 11/07/22 12:19 AM
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Randy could run circles around most of us, don't be a keyboard warrior. He is the real deal, and Has allot of experience. I do have LS, but I also think it's something that is very helpful putting together a pattern. But, head to head fishing without electronics is when the rubber meats the road.
It's not a level of playing field in HS tournaments when some have it and others don't. But you cannot go out and have it understand fully in a couple trips. There are some really strange settings that make it shine.


Kudos to those who are "mad at 'em" and just go out and fish...

Re: Live Scope Depression [Re: prosise] #14527311 11/07/22 12:55 AM
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Originally Posted by prosise
Randy could run circles around most of us, don't be a keyboard warrior. He is the real deal, and Has allot of experience. I do have LS, but I also think it's something that is very helpful putting together a pattern. But, head to head fishing without electronics is when the rubber meats the road.
It's not a level of playing field in HS tournaments when some have it and others don't. But you cannot go out and have it understand fully in a couple trips. There are some really strange settings that make it shine.


Kudos to those who are "mad at 'em" and just go out and fish...



Blaukat has a ton of experience and knowledge, but he's not really competitive anymore. He takes stabs at issues on social media to drive clicks and to produce revenue.

He hasn't had a top 10 in a BASS event since '02 and he's had 2 top 10's in FLW/MLF since 2011.

Compared to this fishing community yes he's probably head and shoulders above most.

Compared to the community in which he has chosen to compete against as his vocation, his better days are behind him considerably.


In the past, yes he was very good. Currently, he is not really competitive in the top levels of pro fishing.


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He has to be the most miserably depressed person on all of YouTube

Re: Live Scope Depression [Re: Douglas J] #14527333 11/07/22 01:15 AM
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Originally Posted by Douglas J
Originally Posted by prosise
Randy could run circles around most of us, don't be a keyboard warrior. He is the real deal, and Has allot of experience. I do have LS, but I also think it's something that is very helpful putting together a pattern. But, head to head fishing without electronics is when the rubber meats the road.
It's not a level of playing field in HS tournaments when some have it and others don't. But you cannot go out and have it understand fully in a couple trips. There are some really strange settings that make it shine.


Kudos to those who are "mad at 'em" and just go out and fish...



Blaukat has a ton of experience and knowledge, but he's not really competitive anymore. He takes stabs at issues on social media to drive clicks and to produce revenue.

He hasn't had a top 10 in a BASS event since '02 and he's had 2 top 10's in FLW/MLF since 2011.

Compared to this fishing community yes he's probably head and shoulders above most of.

Compared to the community in which he has chosen to compete against as his vocation, his better days are behind him considerably.


In the past, yes he was very good. Currently, he is not really competitive in the top levels of pro fishing.

I wonder why that is. I think he handicaps himself ALOT by beating the bank in every single tournament.

I watch some of his videos, but I get a little tired of his preaching about how important the environment is and that we all need to vote in environmentalists, yet his method of income requires him to burn God knows how many gallons of gas in his boat and truck all over the country. Seems a little hypocritical if you ask me.


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Re: Live Scope Depression [Re: Douglas J] #14527338 11/07/22 01:18 AM
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Bank beaters can’t compete with the scopers! If you can’t beat em, join em.

Re: Live Scope Depression [Re: Douglas J] #14527344 11/07/22 01:22 AM
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LS is the best thing to ever happen to Randy, he’d have no video content without it.

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Originally Posted by grout-scout
LS is the best thing to ever happen to Randy, he’d have no video content without it.

roflmao


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Re: Live Scope Depression [Re: Douglas J] #14527411 11/07/22 02:28 AM
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Better not tell him about the new active target coming out sick

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I would love to chew the fat with Randy. I am like many people out there, if someone thinks about you the first thing to come to mind is fishing. Been practicing my casting for a while now, and it's part of my life. I wouldn't knock anyone down for doing something they are passionate about. It's just an opinion, and placing in a tourney isn't what makes a good bass fisherman. I'd fish with anyone who has a true love of chasing the green fish. Like I said before, I think someone who can teach you something is the way it should be done. Kudos to him, and anyone who shares info that helps others. He is"good people" in my mind.

It's not the arrow, it's the Indian.

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Originally Posted by prosise
I would love to chew the fat with Randy. I am like many people out there, if someone thinks about you the first thing to come to mind is fishing. Been practicing my casting for a while now, and it's part of my life. I wouldn't knock anyone down for doing something they are passionate about. It's just an opinion, and placing in a tourney isn't what makes a good bass fisherman. I'd fish with anyone who has a true love of chasing the green fish. Like I said before, I think someone who can teach you something is the way it should be done. Kudos to him, and anyone who shares info that helps others. He is"good people" in my mind.

It's not the arrow, it's the Indian.



Buffalo Indians? Or elephant Indians?

I think he posts regurgitated information for clicks.


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Re: Live Scope Depression [Re: Douglas J] #14527449 11/07/22 02:59 AM
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What's depressing is reading some of these negative comments from guys who have no clue. Just don't click on his channel if you don't like his content. I think he helps a lot of anglers with seasonal patterns, unique techniques, fishing lines, bait colors, etc.

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