On Pressured Water: "There is no question that the Madison is a busy river, although I personally don't find it too difficult to avoid crowded situations much of the time," says Dilschneider. "That doesn't change the fact that a whole bunch of people fished over the same water you're on the day before, and the day before that, and before that, and so on. Over time I have learned that worrying about it will just psych you out. Remember that 10 percent of the fishermen catch 90 percent of the fish, so just focus on fishing well. The other things to remember are that trout have short memories and they are stuck in the river and they have to eat. Not everyone is going to hit every spot, and they're certainly not all going to hit them all just right."