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I'm guessing that all of have read "a day on the lake with..." in Bassmaster mag.  The Pro brings all his gear to a strange lake etc etc.

What would you think of this idea.  The Pro comes, empty handed to your house or lake to use only your gear, tackle, boat, electronics etc.  How would they use our gear?  What techniques would be different than ours with the same "stuff"?  How would they fare on our lakes?  Would it be an eye opener for us?  What would we learn?            Curious   :o

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Well let me ask you this whats the difference between a pro and a normal fishermen .....nothing. With the exception of the fact that the pro knows how to place baits where they need them and when to use them and are able to read conditions and move. The lures and equipment wouldn't matter much. Its not really whats in their box to the same degree as how much they know how to use them.

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It would depend if he was a new pro or an old pro.

Experience is what seperates the pro from the average fisherman. Knowing where to fish , with what, and proper tecnique to use it.

How does he get it? Time on the water. Experience. How would they fair on our waters? Would it be an eye opener? Could we learn from them? Depends on how much more eperience they have than we do.

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njvbass, if you gave them 3 lures - I bet they would show you a whole bunch of new ways to fish them! And fish them in areas you wouldnt expect. They would certainly make due.

Thing is, so many rely on electronics nowadays, I wonder how well they would do if you just took the sonars off their boats! Or GPS! I think that would be quite a mess to deal with for them. Not to say they still wouldn't beat my arse in a fishin' contest, just saying it would sure make it tougher on them.

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