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swimbaitThu Dec-21-06 11:56 PM
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#4342, "So it must be time for the goals of the new year post!"


  

          

Man, we're slacking! No one has posted the goals for the new year post yet. I don't know who started that post in the first place, I think it was Fish Chris, but let's keep the tradition alive - tell me about your goals for 2007


My goals for this year are:

Teach myself to stay more focused on the water, especially when fishing with a partner.
Teach myself to listen to the water and adapt in tournament situations.
Branch out to explore more new water.
Catch at least one really big bass.
Win at least one team tournament.
Strive to make calfishing.com a little bit better every day.

  

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djchuckoneFri Dec-22-06 12:04 AM
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hey Rob,
how many fish do you have over 10 pounds???
thanks chuck

  

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swimbaitFri Dec-22-06 12:31 AM
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I thought I had 52 but just counted now and came up with 53, score I'm horrible at math so Josh D may have to check my calculations. My first fish over 10 was September 2000. One thing about catching 10 pounders is there will always be someone who has caught more than you! There are quite a few guys living in So-Cal who have hundreds upon hundreds.

Got any goals for the coming year?

-Rob

  

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calicokidFri Dec-22-06 07:39 AM
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I love this post. Look for it every year.

In 2007, I really just want to beat my PB and do well in some tournaments. That, and find a good SD boat to work on this season and make a bunch of cash. Oh, and catch something over 30 pounds on my new 10' ULUA.

Jake

  

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Sacto JohnFri Dec-22-06 08:30 AM
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#4346, "RE: So it must be time for the goals of the new year po..."
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Here we go, again.

Win at least one team tournament
Cash a big bass check in at least one tourney
Catch a 10+ largemouth, I have been close but have not broke the 10 pound barrier yet

Lotta ins, lotta outs, lotta what have-yous

  

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SWMB8RFri Dec-22-06 09:02 AM
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Fish more!

  

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Josh DFri Dec-22-06 11:50 AM
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How come I'm always "the go to guy" when it comes to peoples numbers of double digets??? I think you have 53 Rob. This year you have 5, last year you had 21, the year before that 12. I could go on...LOL


Goals this year...catch more double digits then last!!!


Josh D.

  

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djchuckoneFri Dec-22-06 12:37 PM
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Fri Dec-22-06 12:38 PM by djchuckone

  

          

I've been fishing my but off for the double digit toads!
I had 4 last year and NONE this year, times running out but I still have hope and I'm hitting the water everyday to keep the faith.
Next year i want to BREAK MY PERSON BEST and catch a teener fish!
growing up in Michigan i never thought that possible and so Living in cali now i'm full on addicted to make it happen!
Swimbait fishing has changed my whole perspective on the sport and i want to put away my other gear and try it year round.

  

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MattluresFri Dec-22-06 10:36 PM
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I was so far away from reaching this years goals thit it is embarrasing. I guess thats what happens when you dont fish
My 07 goals will be more realistic. I want one BIG fish and I have to fish more. I would also like to introduce at leasts 3 new baits.
Anything beyond this will be gravy. I know if I just go a few times I will get a few big fish but that one BIG one will be a little tougher.

www.mattlures.com

  

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supermatFri Dec-22-06 10:50 PM
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When I get to the end of '07 I want to look back and say to myself,
"This was a good year. I learned, I grew, and I caught some fish." My goal for next year is to do whatever it takes to have that feeling when the year ends.

  

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BassFlySun Dec-24-06 10:20 AM
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Two of my goals is the same as last year but a little different than everybody else.

-A 10 lb.+ Brown on the fly would be great but I will take it any way I can.
-A 10 lb. Bass.
-Compete and hopefully win a distance fly casting competition.
-Have a good start to my guiding career in fly fishing.

  

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