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I am new to bass fishing, and new to fishing Arizona. With that said, I just read an article in the new Bassmaster mag. on keeping fishing logs. Please let me know your opinions on fishing logs and any suggestions on softwares, either good or bad.

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I'm pretty sure some of these guys keep logs. Yes it is a good idea to keep a log. Any little thing helps when trying to figure out these stupid little green swimming pieces of **** that cost me hundreds of dollars each year.(sorry about that) I personally do not take the time to do it. I probablly should, but I guess I'm lazy. As of software I don't know. Hopefully some of these other guys can help you out. So, I guess I was no help at all. :? Good luck.
 

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I've been keeping track of each outing for a couple of years now. Through time I've developed a sheet of paper - a log sheet. I make photocopies of it and put them in a three ring binder and log each outing. The dividend won't pay off until you get several years worth of info and can start putting together patterns. I have things like date, day, Lake, times fished, water/air temps, clouds, wind, other weather related things, # fish caught, species, and of course an area for "other comments". Certainly, you may add/subtract things to tailor-make your own.
 

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I was keeping one but kept forgetting to use it.As bayou said once you get a year or so of info in them they can be very usefull
 

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I kept a log for 2 years,but after that if you fish the same lake often enough,you develop and can follow the pattern. Its the changing lakes that throws me for a loop.
 
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