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    The term potlickers are used very loosely these days. Lol a potlicker of old used to be one that fished using live or dead bait. In this case though why does it matter at what point you enter a drift? As long as they don't drop anchor a drift is a drift. Lol I don't drift fish but I could be wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keller View Post
    What reel you using, i want one.. lol
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    No, I have a 19 Mako
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hogie70 View Post
    In this case though why does it matter at what point you enter a drift? As long as they don't drop anchor a drift is a drift. Lol I don't drift fish but I could be wrong.
    I'll try and explain, as some people might not know any better. It's almost like cutting in line at the grocery store. I would bet most wouldn't agree with doing that. When you setup a drift, you should pay attention to what others around you are doing. If others are around, setup your drift BEHIND them, not within casting distance down wind from a boat that is already drifting. We had setup a drift so that we would end up drifting over a gut (deep spot) in the reef and these dudes decided they were going to motor right in front of us and start fishing. For anyone who might not know, you typically don't want to run over an area before fishing it. I don't at least...

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    Ok now I understand. Cutters get stitches!!!
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    What do I do if the wind direction changes mid drift?
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    Went through that Today.

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    My two cents, there is a lot of water go find your own spot Just wait until fall and winter fishing at Confederates!
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    I think this whole drift fishing thing is way over thought. Lmao it seems to me people are just looking for a reason for someone to ruin their day. That's no fun! Enjoy whatever kind of fishing you do. If someone cuts off your drift go back to the end of the line. The fish don't care what order you're in lmao.
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