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Breaking Down New Marsh to Locate Productive Water

It is generally accepted that you should fish one area to master it.

This way you can get positive results more often, making your fishing trips worth your time.

But, fishing the same area can grow tiresome after a while, and in order to keep having fun, to keep learning, you must try fishing new areas.

There is no satisfaction that compares to finding and catching fish on your own in a completely new area!

This webinar breaks down how you can do that, by providing the steps and knowledge needed to “break down” marsh that is new to you.

Begin watching, and you’ll see how to eliminate unproductive areas and zero in on the fish.

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Course Instructor

Captain Devin Captain Devin Chief Instructor

Devin is the founder of Louisiana Fishing Blog and enjoys exploring new fishing spots on Louisiana’s coast. He prefers using artificial lures and casting tackle, but won’t hesitate to break out a popping cork when the time is right.

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The Purpose of Fishing New Areas

Goal Setting & Planning Accordingly

Seasonal and Environmental Influences

Past & Predicted Conditions

Figuring Out Exactly Where To Go

Do These Things During Your Fishing Trip

Wrapping Up This Seminar