Twenty Dollars and a Coke
When you’re fishing in a tournament and first get your pairing assignments, you may find that the partner you drew is your new partner in crime, the fishing buddy you never had, your brother from another mother.
Or you may find that the angler you’re fishing with has never been on your side of the boat — whether that’s front or back — and isn’t considerate of your feelings.
The article below was written by Paul Wagner, president of the Michigan Bass Anglers Club, who wrote about a boater’s perspective during a tournament. He makes a couple of suggestions to make the day go easier, including the idea of a Club Boat Prep Day.
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