When you fish solo, you might discover which lure is most productive on that particular day, or you might try everything in your tackle box to little effect, and then wonder if you threw the right bait in the right situation.
But when you add a fishing partner, your efficiency doubles. You’re twice as likely to learn what the fish want that day, and then you can really beat them up.
Or at least in theory.
Sometimes one of the anglers on board is doing something magical with a lure that the other angler just can’t emulate. Fish long enough, and you will find yourself at certain points on either side of that equation.
That’s what happened on my most recent trip. I took along my son, Joel, and one of us figured out what the fish wanted and how they wanted it, while the other seemed as skilled as a 4-year-old throwing his Bob The Builder rod for the first time.
Check out the video to see who was on the short side of that deal.
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