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Re: The Cicadas ar Coming

2008/1/31 17:19
From Pretty much everywhere at some point, Thorndale today.
Posts: 2370

4 guys, 3 days. 27 trout.

Each guy averaged 2.25 trout per day. I don't consider that to be ridiculous. While I don't know the Yough very well, my first impression was actually that they did pretty poorly! But still looked like a good time (a bad day fishing....).

Though, to be fair, it doesn't look like all 3 days were in prime trout water, so while in trout water they musta done better than that. Then the carp were on top of that.

Posted on: 2016/8/17 8:51

Re: The Cicadas ar Coming

2015/6/19 12:29
From Lancaster Pa
Posts: 100
Three fisherman. One camera man. All the footage was shot in two and a half days. A day trout fishing and a day and a half further downstream for carp. Two of the guys spent two days fishing before filming wich helped them find the fish. Your calculations are a little off pcray, there was only ever one man fishing at a time. Two boats means two guys on the sticks, one guy holding a camera leaving one to do the fishing. Good numbers in my book

Posted on: 2016/8/17 14:47
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Re: The Cicadas ar Coming

2008/1/31 17:19
From Pretty much everywhere at some point, Thorndale today.
Posts: 2370
One man fishing at a time may hurt the total, but doesn't change the averages. That's one of the disadvantages of fishing from drift boats (in pure fishing terms). They could have chosen to have several fishing from shore. Of course that carries it's own disadvantages. So it goes, that's fishing. There are trade offs and you make choices and they affect the averages.

Point taken though about spending only 1 day trout fishing. So 27 trout for 4 guys in 1 day. A little over 8 each. That is a nice day though hardly unbelievable enough to make me think it's a tall tale.

Very good video though, I enjoyed it. Thanks.

Posted on: 2016/8/17 19:17

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