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Tournament Lessons

Updated: March 16, 2005, 3:10 PM ET
By Louie Stout | BASS Times, Oct. 2004

Peter Thliveros says that the key to catching fish on tough days is to take note of the subtle clues that fish may be providing.

A Bassmaster Top 100 tournament he won at Lake Norman in North Carolina in 1994 is a case in point. His attention to details enabled him to jump from 19th to first on the last day.

"It was a typical fall pattern; fish scattered everywhere and chasing shad," he recalled. "There was no rhyme or reason for when or where you caught a fish."

Because of that, ...

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