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NON BOATER ETIQUETTE ?

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so, i am looking at fishing as a non-boater/co-angler next year and i am wondering how much gear is too much to bring. what are some other mistakes i can avoid as far as stepping on toes? cool.gif

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What i did when i fished co-angler events was bring all my gear that i fish with to the hotel first. Then ones you meet you pro talk to him to see how he is fishing and if you will be doing alot of running aournd or fishin some deep spots and that it. Make sure you bring lure that you want thought. I always had at least 8 rods with me no matter what.

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As a co-angler, I always have a tackle box that can be put into a boats storage locker.

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What circuit/circuits do you plan to fish. Both the PWT and FLW walleye circuits do not allow you to bring any tackle/equipment into the pro's boat, everything is to be supplied by the pro.

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i guess i should have said bass tourneys. it is a small local west coast tour called future pros. $80 entry fee, anything higher and my wife would kill me cool.gif

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