Doing things differently.
- May 4, 2009
I fished up to a overhanging tree thinking nothing of it but was told by a bloke on the opposite bank that I was fishing past half way to the next peg. My logic was there was no way the bloke on the next peg could fish there, never thought it was past half way as I couldn’t see him. I saw the point and fished the opposite side.
On a few occasions I have had someone fish what technically was my swim "Because you can't reach that spot from your peg". It's still my swim, not yours! The limits of an Angler's swim is a simple definition, halfway to the next angler/platform. Anything beyond that is not your swim, simple.