Ireland, the coast

Bass fishing Jim Hendrick

To be out there again in the middle of it. The rising tide over a magnificent wild coastline provides the energy, the medicine that I need now. Breaking clear white water, pushing through deep gullies creating currents where fish move to and hold and hold and move again. Knowing these places is knowing the fish, recognising the state of play and what is needed through good presentation and timings are the keys to catching the fish.

I learned this again over the past few days.

The new opportunities to continue to explore in an environment where I feel most alive, I realise now, are boundless.

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