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Discussion in 'ALL OTHER FISH' started by melstangman1967, Mar 27, 2008.
love to get out smoewhere and relax put poles in and put on my mp3 plyer all by myself and relax.
At night I mighy put a little country on played quietly.
SOFT COUNTRY MUSIC HELPS KEEP YOU AWAKE AT NIGHT WHEN THE BITE IS SLOW.
Bluegrass. If the fishing is slow. :wink:
Depends on my mood and the time of day/night.
If I have it on, it's old(pre 80s) Country, Space/Ambient, Celtic, (these are great for foggy late nights) Bluegrass, live shows like Prairie Home Companion or Mountain Stage, every now and again, Classical.
Keep it low, want to hear the birds/critters or a splash.
And because I have seen way too many slasher movies, anyone coming up behind me if I am on the bank.oooh:
I 'll go rock of all kinds if my partners want it, but unless it's a fishin party it seems out of place to me.
I almost exclusively go for radio. I want the chance to hear things new to me.
we leave the hank jr. going, i think the fish like it! :wink:
ya muddy waters :big_smile: :cool2:
I bring my mp3 player with me so I dont have to listen to the know it all's and drunks.
i listen to metallica ozzy and rob zombie unless im night fishing then i listen to whatevers on my xm. i get really good reception out in the middle of no where and im alone.
Proven fact... CCR calls in fish... lol
I dont listen to music i just relax and wait to get a bite
if fish r biting slow helps pass time.
Sometimes when in the boat I listen to a little country or 80's rock. I think it makes the bite better when things are slow. Helps pass the time away.
I keep a cheap $10 radio with me but mostly use it for those all night bank fishing trips. Nothing loud, just enough to hear it.