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Pro Staff Question - Is Your Gut Feeling And Confidence Important When Angling For Bass

Leo Watson's Answer

Pro Bass Angler Leo Watson

Hello Cal, hearing from folks like you always puts a smile on my face.

I take a great deal of pride in the articles I write.

Each and every one takes a great deal of time and thought.

Yes, the tournaments are getting more commercialized but this has also done a great deal to further our sport at the national level.

When it comes to fun, I still enjoy the competition.

Everyone Loses Confidence In Their Bass Fishing Abilities Now And Then

I did run in to that problem a few years.

With the work that comes with having sponsors support you this becomes very time consuming.

I did have to make a little attitude adjustment myself in that respect.

It all comes down to the way you look at things and how you keep your perspectives in check.

I have always found my most enjoyment when I am on the water.

There I can just get down to work and focus on the job at hand.

So yes I agree that your gut feeling and confidence in your abilities play an important role in how you structure your game plan for catching bass.

If I can be of any further assistance please feel free to contact me through this great web site.

One of the other pleasures that I get is from helping other anglers out.

I feel honored when someone thinks enough of me to take the time to ask me questions.

I always have time to help a fellow angler and I feel obligated to do so.

The fans and fellow anglers are the ones who in essence pay our bills.

Thank you,

Leo Watson

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