Getting to the Root of It: Do Snags Create Fish

November 24, 2014

 

 

Whilst fishing with mates I often hear the saying “if you don’t get snagged, you aren’t getting close enough”. Though usually muttered in explanation of a lure swinging off a piece of timber, I think this statement actually says a lot about the intimate appreciation that fishers have for the role of tree trunks, branches and root masses (collectively known as snags) in ensuring healthy fisheries, and exciting fishing opportunities.

 

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Owen Li
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