Capturing screenshots is easy, and should be a common habit for you. You can view your screenshots while you are out on the water. This is a great way refresh your mind where the fish were, and how they were relating to structure. Establish patterns throughout the day to help anticipate your fishing attack.
Saving screenshots to your computer, from the SD card, can give you some entertainment during those long, cold, winter months as well. Most computers come with SD card slots nowadays, making it easy to plug-n-play.
3 Simple Reasons to Review Screenshots
- Fishing Logs – If you keep a fishing log on your computer, you should create folders with dates, for all of your screenshots. By dating your folders, you can easily reference your log with screenshots taken that day.
- Can’t interpret images – If you are having a tough time interpreting what you are reading, pull out your computer and check out the images in the offseason. A clear mind may be all it takes to recognize what structure is in your screenshot. Perhaps you will have gained more experience so you know what the images show now.
- Online Forums – upload your screenshots to forums explaining what is in your screenshot. Discuss it with fellow anglers. This is a great proactive approach to learning more about interpreting images.
We all have down time during the cold weather season. The more studying you can put in at home, the better off you will be when on the water.
My name is Brad Bolton, a husband and father of four. I live in Minnesota and I enjoy spending time in the outdoors and also spending time with my family. If there is water nearby, I want to fish it.