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In the beginning of the year I started a log book but got away from it later in the year. I was curious, all the guys who keep log books(Huge, Earthy, Scully,etc.) what do you think is crucial info for a log book? Do you complete this info on the water? Maybe you guys could give us samples of your books layouts. I'm not asking for lake info but I'm more interested in the crucial info for patterning bass over a period of time. Thanks in advance. -Joe
 

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Hey Joe, all your friends have already responded!!!! LOL!!! D-BOY!! Love you!xoxo
 

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This was my first year I kept a decent log book, but there was alot more that I could have done. I simply tracked the number of fish, techniques, estimation of water temps, and general weather conditions and of course the lake. I also tracked the fish over 4lbs in a little more detail. I did not get into specifics as to the location of the fish, except in a couple of instances.
 

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In the beginning of the year I started a log book but got away from it later in the year.
Me too the first time I tried, tried to keep to much info and it got to be a lot of work. Now I keep more of a Journal with the same basic info Huge mentioned but when called for you can give more details as needed. Just like a post here but in Word, one long document that you can keep adding to, even add pictures if wanted and a small spreadsheet for keeping a count on numbers caught.
 
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