The Dos and Don’ts of Competing as a Co-Angler: 33 Tips to Help You Succeed By Jason Bradstreet

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The Dos and Don’ts of Competing as a Co-Angler: 33 Tips to Help You Succeed

-Jason Bradstreet
Editor-In-Chief of Bassfishinginsider.com

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Whether you’re a seasoned pro or new to bass tournament fishing, co-angling can be a great way to compete in a tournament without shouldering the entire cost and responsibility of boat ownership and the stresses of tournament management. However, competing as a co-angler comes with its own set of challenges and opportunities.

Choosing the right tactics and strategies is critical to co-angler success. Read on for 33 tips to help you make the right decisions and avoid the wrong moves on tournament day.

Do:

1. Start the very first conversation with your boater by expressing your gratitude.

3. Get to know your boater before the tournament so you can understand their fishing style and what they expect from their co-angler.

4. Plan a meeting spot for the morning of the event. Offer to help the boater launch if you feel comfortable and are…

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