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  • Brian Robinson
    Participant
    central Neb
    Posts: 3914
    #1310858

    Yup…..there’s a reason the backgrounds in my pics look the way they do. My tires haven’t been flattened since I learned!

    Mike W
    Participant
    MN/Anoka/Ham lake
    Posts: 12473
    #1194473

    BBKK
    Participant
    IA
    Posts: 4033
    #1194511

    Saw that on facebook yesterday.. very funny!

    patk
    Participant
    Nisswa, MN
    Posts: 1997
    #1194530

    Very few of the fishing shows tell you what lake they are on. Some tell you the lake but not where they are.

    Do you try to pause the tv when they show you the depth finder so you can see the map? I’ve always appreciated that the Lindners don’t tell you the lake. It’s more fun to recognize certain points or bays. Feel like I’m on the secret.

    Is this also bad?

    Brian Robinson
    Participant
    central Neb
    Posts: 3914
    #1194601

    I thought it was very comical myself, especially since I’ve had some personal experience with it.

    Nah, I don’t think it’s a bad thing. Of course, we don’t need to worry about the Lindner’s fishing our lakes around here, but I still appreciate that they never mention it by name. I kinda follow that mantra by saying I’m ‘on the canal’, which is true when I say it. The nice thing is, ‘the canal’ includes miles and miles of fishable water, and sometimes I am miles away from where I just recently fished.

    So ya, The Most Interesting Man finally had a perfect poster, and I just had to publish it!

    huskerdb
    Participant
    Kearney, Nebraska
    Posts: 73
    #1194728

    A national fishing show with a large audience I think should be careful in the type of information they give out. Now when they are on a well known, highly fished, big water body like say Lake of the Woods, Lake Fork, or Lake Cumberland saying the name of the lake isn’t going to do much except maybe give a local lodge or business an extra bump in business which is normally an intended result anyway. With smaller bodies of water, especially if they are located near a major population center I would prefer the show protect it from getting over run.

    As far as fishing pictures and posts on the net I spend a lot more time looking at them to identify people that are likely to have knowledge I can learn from than I do trying to figure out what spot they are fishing.

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