www.fishingspotspecs.com v.s. The Lake St. Clair Combat Bass Fishing Weekly Newsletter

While entering in historical information from my notes and the Lake St. Clair Combat Bass Fishing Weekly Newsletter (1999-2009) into Fishing Spot Specs (FSS) it has become clear that FSS will be an information source of a higher magnitude. I had forgotten about how the notes were edited over the years to fit into the newsletter and in some cases, paring down text to fit along with all the side notes and diagrams made in my notes that wouldn’t fit into the newsletter. There were a lot of things left on the cutting room floor. Not any more.

While fishing one major piece of structure I was reporting on we would go over and hit some smaller spots. The information may have made its way into the pre-fishing edition or worked into other parts of the regular edition but now each spot is covered with a full range of companion data like water temperature, wind speed and direction, catch rates and more. The search engine puts us in a zone that dials in multiple spots with multiple variables and outputs easy to use text reports which are exactly on point.

It’s also comforting for me to know that I can go to the search engine and in seconds compile years of information for my own use. Hopefully at some point I’ll get all of this historical stuff in the website and spend more time enjoying the fruits of years of effort and spend more years hooking up on Lake St. Clair.

(c) 2010 Wayne Carpenter

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