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  • Mike Eutsler of Everton, MO writes:

    RE: Two-line violations – Why weren't they DQ'd? Favorite sons?

  • Tim Teale of Hot Springs, AR writes:

    Just about the time I had things figured out on MLF formats, it changes.

  • David Harrison of Huntsville, AL writes:

    RE: Two-line violations – MLF should pay Jacob and Alton back for their fines. I honestly thought that was what this release would say. This is on MLF. Amateur hour. Always make sure your rules don't conflict with the regs at the tournament site.

  • Stephen Wright of Cullowhee, NC writes:

    MLF holding just another video fishing tournament. How boring.

  • Tim Teale of Hot Springs, AR writes:

    RE: Oklahoma regulation changes – Seems fair. I went toa local game and fish public meeting recently (not in OK) and only 10 people showed up. There is no magic formula for management but folks are quick to gripe.

  • Aaron Jakub of Lincoln, NE writes:

    RE: 2023 Elite Series – My reaction to this schedule, big yawn.

  • Mark Myers of Cedar Falls, IA writes:

    RE: Balog on mentor visit – This is gold, Joe ... thanks for sharing and sorry for your loss.

  • Willy Dennison of Willoughby Hills, OH writes:

    RE: Balog on mentor visit – Truly written from the heart, with the passion of a bass fisherman. Awesome!

  • Todd Morsette of Picton, ON writes:

    RE: Balog on mentor visit – Another solid piece, Joe. I lost my mentor, my father, a few years back and a lot of your observations about people, places and lures really ring true. Keep them coming!

  • Chris Barrett of Vaughan, ON writes:

    RE: Forward-facing sonar poll – Forward-facing electronics should be banned from tour-level events.

  • Mark Mason of Collinsville, IL writes:

    RE: Forward-facing sonar poll – I am not a fan. I love watching live tournaments. Those events where the pros are standing on the trolling motor with their heads buried into a forward-facing graph are boring. I tune out.

  • Kenneth Glenn Kraft of Columbus, GA writes:

    RE: Forward-facing sonar poll – Need to get rid of it, but it will never happen. Too much money involved.

  • Bruce Lloyd of West Memphis, AR writes:

    RE: Forward-facing sonar poll – It’s just another tool that’s no different than the flasher when it came out. Some like David Fritts could use it better than others, but it didn’t mean he won every tournament. And lastly, it didn’t hurt fish populations or numbers.

  • Stephen Wright of Cullowhee, NC writes:

    RE: Forward-facing sonar poll – It's not fishing, it's playing a video game. Trying to make fishermen spend more money. It costs way too much now to fish. $100,000 for a boat, what a joke! I can catch fish without all that crap.

  • Gary Pryor of Gallatin, TN writes:

    RE: Forward-facing sonar poll – Ban forward-facing sonar because young people will think they have to have all this modern, expensive equipment to fish. I see guys on the lake, so intent at looking at electronics, they aren't even aware of what is around me and I have to watch for them to keep them from hitting me. Fishing is about getting away from it all, to enjoy nature, to watch shad flipping on the surface, seeing odd-shaped clouds in the sky, to see critters moving about. All this advanced electronics is stripping away how anglers can learn from nature by observing. Sad. I rarely even turn on my what is considered now primitive LCR unit, just using it to navigate hazardous waters or check water surface temp. Staring at a screen just keeps your focus off what is happening around you.

  • Glenn Dalton of O'Fallon, MO writes:

    RE: Forward-facing sonar poll – Educated and pressured fish will lead us to decreased ability to catch anything.

  • Ed Straw of Chenoa, IL writes:

    RE: Forward-facing sonar poll – Forward imaging, panoptics, mega imaging, side imaging are all tools and should be allowed.

  • Hank Golden of Tallassee, AL writes:

    RE: Forward-facing sonar poll – Part of the evolution.

  • Steven Ringeisen of Coraopolis, PA writes:

    RE: Forward-facing sonar poll – Hate to see the sport changing into a video game-type format with most of the top pros glued to forward-facing sonar.

  • Dean Lanternier of Hixson, TN writes:

    RE: Forward-facing sonar poll – Keep it. You still need the correct bait and presentation to make fish bite. Also, at what point do we ban technology like trolling motors, 2D sonar, etc.?

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