AUGUST 11TH, 2017 - JOE OPAGER FROM THE FORREST WOOD CUP AND BASS FISHING SAVANTS

AUGUST 11TH, 2017 - JOE OPAGER FROM THE FORREST WOOD CUP AND BASS FISHING SAVANTS

Posted by Z3 MEDIA STAFF on 08/11/2017

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Matthew Gregory Says:
September 3rd, 2017 at 1:32 pm
I totally agree with Matt on the savant topic. With the growing number of people on this earth the odds of this happening is growing closer to reality. If the odds of someone winning every tournament in a year is 1 in 10 billion, we are closing the gap on that odd becoming obtainable. What if you have a PH. D. in biology that dedicades his or her whole life to studying the black bass. I fully believe that you could pin point movements of bass within a specific envionment i.e. Sam Rayburn. If you could do this for a single reservoir why would you not be able to do this for every lake?
On your topic of if there are a thousand fish on a brush pile and you cant catch a fish, then you simply didnt find the way to catch them. I believe if you hit the same bass on the head 10 times that bass will react. With a thousand fish it only takes one to get the rest firing.
I feel the hardest things for an angler to do in the sport is to never stop listening. Listening to what is working at the time, listening to what the fish are telling you. Even KVD gets stuck in HIS way of fishing. Sure HIS way of fishing allows him to win 14 of the time but what if he could compile the way that all 110 anglers fish? It isnt superstition it is a matter of someone coming along that can mentally handle every situation and can then implement the correct method to get the job done. Like Matt said, Someone wins every tournament. That person statistically could be the same.
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